Keith Davidson wrote:
Thus contributing further to Auckland's traffic
If Auckland considered spending money on a decent network, rather than
roads, then the traffic problems might sort themselves out, letting more
people work from home etc etc...
Well, yes. It would also allow businesses that require Internet access
to situate themselves in many more areas, instead of the few now (I can
think of Auckland CBD, Albany and Papakura).
The Wellington model can be uplifted and used anywhere
- all it takes is
someone to start the process.
Of course it can. There are no practical impediments, only political
ones. I'm wondering why it was OK to string cable all over Wellie, but
when Telstra was going to do the same here, the NIMBY mayors all stopped