park-and-ride

By MATTHEW MCKEW Plans to increase housing in Ladies Mile and Frankton by up to 4000 units rely on Kiwis ditching cars in favour of bus and ferry networks. That’s according to the growing list of consultant-produced and council-commissioned plans for...
Queenstown Airport is bowing to the blowtorch of public opinion and bringing back a drop-off zone. It's part of a swag of parking and traffic improvements which is costing $4.6 million. Locals will be able to drop mates directly in front...
Queenstown Airport's new park and ride will have an extra 150 carpark spaces to ease traffic woes. The airport company – majority-owned by the local council – has applied for consent from City Hall for the service and hopes it...

Boult promises dramatic shift

Queenstown mayor Jim Boult's opened his Santa sack to promise two park-and-ride services for the resort. Boult and Queenstown Airport yesterday announced a new service between Brookes Road, Frankton Flats, and the airport by April – aimed at combating congestion. And...
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