Fabulous to see the turnout at the Te Puke public meeting on [July 1].

There were many with concerns with planting and parking, however, the main topic came down to delays versus safety.

The three small roundabouts, two extra pedestrian crossings and economic growth, putting more cars on the road than predicted, has slowed the traffic.

Realigning "half a kilometre" of the Te Puke Town Centre - is this going to relieve the traffic congestion?


It was predicted the traffic would be back to today's numbers in five years, not in two years from growth. What is in place even

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