Changes to pedestrian right-of-way rules

Stephen Davis made this Official Information request to Julie Anne Genter

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From: Stephen Davis

Dear Julie Anne Genter, Associate Minister of Transport,

Since taking office last year, what reports have you seen, or other communications have you received from or sent to NZTA, MoT, other ministers, or other staff or agencies, on the topic of possible changes to right-of-way rules for pedestrians at intersections? For items received please also include what response, if any, you sent.

Yours faithfully,
Stephen Davis

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From: Stuart Baker

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Nā Stuart

Stuart Baker | Private Secretary Executive
Office of Hon James Shaw
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Dear Mr Davis


Please find attached the response to your request of 12 November for
information under the Official Information Act 1982.




Prisca Gain

Private Secretary | Office of Hon Julie Anne Genter | Associate Minister
of Transport

Level 6.C Bowen House | Parliament Buildings | Wellington  | New Zealand

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