Greens transport concessions rile trucking industry
The policy concessions extracted from Labour by the Greens and New Zealand First for their support of Jacinda Ardern's new government. Policy wins for the Greens include a refocussing of transport funding away from roads and into investment in rail, cycling and walking - including light rail from the Auckland city centre to the airport, which will be paid for by scrapping the East-West motorway link. But the trucking industry is not happy. Road Transport Forum chief executive Ken Shirley joins us now.