Rail in the 2017 Election

Coverage of rail policies across parties in the 2017 election

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Prime Minister Bill English arrives at Papakura station to announce the National Party's transport policies

6 August 2017

Prime Minister Bill English arrives at Papakura station to announce the National Party's transport policies

Bill English arrives with Transport Minister Simon Bridges at his side

6 August 2017

Bill English arrives with Transport Minister Simon Bridges at his side

Bill English speaks at Papakura station, with Simon Bridges and Papakura MP Judith Collins watching on. Policies announced includes electrification to Pukekohe, double tracking to Upper Hutt and a third platform at Porirua station

6 August 2017

Bill English speaks at Papakura station, with Simon Bridges and Papakura MP Judith Collins watching on. Policies announced includes electrification to Pukekohe, double tracking to Upper Hutt and a third platform at Porirua station

Simon Bridges speaks at Papakura station. Bridges made reference to the battery electric trains (known as IPEMUs) followed by Pokeno

6 August 2017

Simon Bridges speaks at Papakura station. Bridges made reference to the battery electric trains (known as IPEMUs) followed by Pokeno

The crowd at Papakura starts asking questions about policies after the speeches ended

6 August 2017

The crowd at Papakura starts asking questions about policies after the speeches ended

The crowd at Papakura station shortly after the announcements finished

6 August 2017

The crowd at Papakura station shortly after the announcements finished

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