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- @IEA @farmgeek proportionally large permitting costs are a big challenge for governments - the rest will take care of itself. • 1 hour ago
- @rowansimpson you’ve actually watched those shows? • 19 hours ago
- @rkwrkb well if 600 car parks disappeared then the price on the rest should have risen. @wellyjulz @badtom • 21 hours ago
- @rkwrkb aha - so we need to have real prices for parking ($29 here in Auckland) and cheaper trains. @wellyjulz @badtom • 21 hours ago
- @rkwrkb That timetable is wildly unacceptable. Does park and ride make sense? @wellyjulz @badtom • 21 hours ago
- @szechuan Worth the wait! • 21 hours ago
- @rkwrkb It’s more the trend towards public transport - and that all decent global cities have lousy parking. @wellyjulz @badtom • 21 hours ago
- @rkwrkb No parking = more able to drink etc. I suspect nothing has happened to retail/hospo @wellyjulz @badtom • 21 hours ago
- @Megapope @NatDudley @iHavill APALCAS OR ALLCAPAS? • 1 day ago
- RT @wellyjulz: Question: has anyone studied whether loss of 600ish CBD car parks last year in earthquakes affected retail sales or traffic … • 1 day ago
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Tag Archives: startups
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