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Published on Mar 1, 2007
This is the 3rd episode in a five part documentary confronting common myths about transport in Auckland.
The myth that sustainable transport is "uneconomic" is debunked.
The economic cost of Auckland's car dependence is revealed; the flaws in Government analyses of transport projects are analysed; and the lengths to which the roading lobby will go, in order to manipulate decision makers, is exposed.
Features interviews with international experts professors Peter Newman and Jan Gehl, Todd Litman, Dr. Paul Mees and New Zealanders Cam Pitches and Roland Sapsford.