Waka Kotahi urged to revisit walking/cycling lane on Harbour Bridge | nzherald.co.nz

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Cycling group Movement has said it may seek legal action if Waka Kotahi doesn’t run a trial of a walking/cycling lane on the Auckland Harbour Bridge.

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