CBT Christmas Function

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In place of our usual Committee meeting, the Campaign for Better Transport will be hosting a Christmas function on 11 December, 7:30 pm at our usual venue of the Epsom Community Centre, 202 Gillies Ave.  All members are welcome – but even if you aren’t a member and want to learn more about the CBT,  please come along. It will be a great opportunity to meet informally and catch up with fellow advocates for better transport.

CBT will provide some food and refreshment, feel free to BYO.

This will be an informal gathering, but for catering purposes please RSVP via EventBrite

 

Film Night 15th August

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The Campaign For Better Transport is proud to be involved with the upcoming film night, featuring the Urbanized documentary. It should be a great night, and it is also a fundraiser for upgrading the server for transportblog.

There are less than 30 tickets left, so be in quick.

CBT AGM 12 July

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We are delighted to confirm that Auckland Councillor Mike Lee will be speaking on the transport challenges facing Auckland right now at our Annual General Meeting. There will be time to ask Cr Lee any questions you may have.

  • Tuesday 12th July, 7:30pm
  • Grey Lynn Community Centre, 510 Richmond Rd.

The rest of the Agenda is fairly light so that we can have an informal chat over some refreshments. Please confirm your attendance for catering purposes.

Finally our last Committee meeting confirmed that annual subscriptions will remain unchanged for the year. Please bring your $20 subscription if you have yet to pay for this financial year.

CBT Election Results

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Committee election results from last Tuesday’s AGM are:

  • Convenor: Cameron Pitches
  • Secretary: Dr Graham Bush
  • Treasurer: Ross Galloway

Committee:

  • Cr Graeme Easte
  • Garth Houltham
  • Jon Reeves
  • Jennifer Northover
  • Josh Arbury
  • Jeremy Harris

I’m sure I speak for everyone in thanking Barry Palmer for his years of support for the CBT, and before that decades of effort he put into initiatives such as the Light Rail Transit Association and his own personal battles against Auckland’s roading mentality.  Barry retires from the Committee due to ill-health.

CBT AGM – Special Guest Mayor John Banks

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  • 13 July 2010, 7:30pm
  • Grey Lynn Community Centre, 510 Richmond Rd
  • Special Guest Speaker Mayor John Banks

This meeting is a CBT member only event.  (Yes you can renew your subscription on the night for $20!). Seats are limited to 60, so please RSVP to so that we have an idea of the numbers.

John Banks will talk about transport issues facing Auckland, followed by a Question and Answer session afterwards.  To make the most of the time allocated, please forward your questions to   so that we can sort through the most popular issues.

The AGM will then be run following the conclusion of the Question and Answer session.  Nominations for the positions of Convenor, Treasurer and Committee are invited.


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