Plans for light rail in Auckland are back on the table, but only time will tell whether the proposal, which hasn't progressed past the planning phase since 2017, will finally get off the ground.
On Wednesday, Transport Minister Michael Wood announced that a new working unit will be given six months to get the Auckland light rail project back on track.
Minister Wood says community engagement and consultation will be a focus.
Simon Wilson is a senior writer for the New Zealand Herald and an Auckland commentator and Jon Reeves is a spokesperson from the Campaign for Better Transport.
The pair spoke to Corin Dann.