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Locke questions the government on the lack of progress in the...

4. KEITH LOCKE (Green) to the Minister of Transport: Is he confident that at least part of Aucklands electric rail system will be rolling in time to help move the 75,000 international visitors and countless Kiwi fans expected for the 2011 Rugby World Cup? House of Representatives, 25 August 2009.

Greens back calls for Auckland – Hamilton train service

Green MPs Keith Locke and Nandor Tanczos — based in Auckland and Hamilton respectively — have backed calls for a commuter rail link between the two cities.

Greens to greet last Northerner

Green Party members will welcome the arrival of the last Northerner service into Auckland on Saturday with flowers and banners.

Eastern Highway will never fly

Auckland Green MP Keith Locke described today's Eastern Transport Corridor announcement as a debacle for proponents of the plan.

Greens say all aboard for regional rail re-launch

The Government's buy-back of the rail tracks will provide a significant boost for re-launching a new 'golden age of rail' through the much-missed regional rail services in the upper North Island, Green MP Keith Locke said today.

Govt buy-back huge boost for Auckland rail

The Government's buy-back of the rail tracks will provide a shot in the arm for solving Auckland's commuter woes, Green MP Keith Locke said today.

Speech notes from launch of Green transport policy

Note: At the Policy Launch, Co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons and Transport spokesperson Sue Kedgley spoke on the national policy, while Keith Locke made the following comments on the Auckland situatio

Greens urge Government to buy back the tracks

Auckland Green MP, Keith Locke has welcomed the government's purchase of the Auckland rail corridor, but said today that the onus remains on the Government to buy back the whole New Zealand rail network.

The end of an era for passenger rail

This Sunday will see the end of an era, says Green MP Keith Locke, as three North Island train services chug into the station for the last time.