Pukehīnau/Lambton General Ward
1 Taxi Pooling off the Rank
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My name is Zan Rai Gyaw. Immigrated from Myanmar in 2001 and I have been a Wellington resident since 2008.
I would like to share my taxi-pooling idea. For weekday commutes, in addition to buses and trains, taxis will carry passengers to and from bus stops. After the initial run, buses will go straight back to the start of the loop for the second run. This will increase frequency and capacity. Returning taxis will provide public transport on the lighter leg of the loop. I will be a voice for opposing wide-ranging above-ground infrastructure, such as trams and cycle ways. Wellington just does not have space.
I will also be a voice for indicating SmokeFree policy is a contributing factor in rise in crimes. Expensive cigarettes are drawing criminal activities and substitute harder drugs are creating semi-permanently intoxicated persons.
Keep the Little Capital awesome.
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