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Health services union dispatch system concerns over newcastle trolley delays

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Health services union dispatch system concerns over newcastle trolley delays

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All the local and federal transport agencies involved in transport for New Zealand, including Tramways and Tramways Transport Group, have reported delays in service.

Th바카라사이트e agency groups were sent a letter from Transport Minister Paula Bennett asking for their report on their services.

She said the Department of Transport could have provided more information on the extent of service problems in New Zealand, including to New Zealand Railways (NZR) but did not do so because of concerns it would damage its existing relationships.

Ms Bennett said it was important that the report was received properly and shared with Transport Secretary Kirsty Williams, Transport Agency President Andrew Smith and Transport Transport Branch Secretary John Whittaker.

‘Our concern is that the reporting of these service complaints g카지노 사이트oes directly against our long-standing policy that we are committed to taking the most responsible route possible,’ she said.

«We ask that you inform us that you will be taking the report up with Minister Bennett, and the Minister’s team, to review this issue.»

Newcastle trolley service disruptions in the first five months of 2014 saw service in all eight major roads between Auckland and Canterbury hit by up to 60 per cent.

About 200 passengers, mostly children, were affected by traffic jams, after the company lost power and failed to bring in new rolling stock.

About 800 trolley services were lost, including 30 trolleys carrying travellers from Canterbury’s main railway station to Christchurch.

Newcastle Railway is not in a position to assess the impact on passenger services, but its head of operating, Tony Hill, said the impact had been significant.

He said his company had made its business case to the authorities and that it wanted more than 50 additional trolleys, and would be using them if need be.

The union which represents Tramways workers says the agency is losing billions a year because of road repair backlogs.

Chief executive Dave Smith is hoping to negotiate a deal to get workers up to speed on new road work.

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