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TEEN REVELLERS DISRUPTIVE
A Matrix Security officer, whilst on Green Reflector patrols, stopped a group
of youth from causing havoc on Victoria Avenue in the late hours of Friday
The teen revellers, on their way to a party, were drinking in public and
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Panmure work kicks off
20-year roading project
By AMY McGILLIVRAY
Work to improve Auckland s
busiest road is finally under way
after more than 10 years of plan-
The Auckland Manukau East-
ern Transport Initiative (AMETI)
officially kicked off on Friday with
mayor Len Brown turning the
The entire project is expected to
take 20 years but Mr Brown says
he is looking into ways to decrease
Phase one of the $1.5 billion
project includes building a new
bridge over the railway on the
Ellerslie Panmure Highway and
replacing the existing one, a new
1.5km road linking Morrin Rd to
Mt Wellington Highway, replac-
ing the Mountain Rd bridge and
an upgrade of Panmure Station.
Mountain Rd is already closed
for construction and work on the
new Ellerslie Panmure Highway
bridge will start next week.
The speed limit around the
bridge will be lowered to 30kmh to
allow work to be carried out.
A second crossing over the
Tamaki River will be built in later
phases and will include a
walkway, cycleway and busway.
Auckland Transport chairman
Mark Ford says more than
120,000 vehicles cross Panmure
Bridge every day making it the
busiest stretch of road in the
country, even ahead of the
motorway through Victoria Park.
Once completed the project is
expected to reduce the travel time
between the Mt Wellington High-
way and Glen Innes by 10
minutes in peak traffic and the
busway is predicted to carry 5.5
million passengers a year.
Panmure residents and busi-
nesses remain concerned about
how the initiative will affect
access to the town centre.
Panmure Business Association
manager Chris Sutton says a
decision has not yet been made on
the redevelopment of the Pan-
We re a little bit concerned
about how Queens Rd will func-
tion in the future, she says.
We don t want our town centre
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