Waiuku no longer the poor cousin of Pukekohe

 

 

Have your SayI would be the first to admit I actually submitted an opinion over buses and trains in the Franklin area.
I happen to agree that a bus service to Papakura is far better for Waiuku to connect with city bound trains and buses. It gives us more flexibility for workers — travelling from Waiuku to Pukekohe, then on to destinations would be more costly, more time consuming, and the service from Papakura is more frequent, therefore logical, that Waiuku is better served through Papakura.
I agree, that electrification should be extended for Pukekohe, but times have changed, and from a Waiuku point of view, we should no longer be the poorly served cousin of
Pukekohe!
Joan

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