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23 Sep 2021 15:15
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  •   Home > News > Motoring

    The disruption to a fresh cohort of businesses in Auckland's CBD is far worse than they feared

    The disruption to a fresh cohort of businesses in Auckland's CBD is far worse than they feared


    The Victoria and Albert street intersection has closed to motorists - in order for construction on the City Rail Link to go ahead.

    It's been a fortnight since the start of the two year closure - and already businesses have already had enough

    One business owner says the noise from machinery is "chaotic" - and a florist says the disruption's far worse than expected - with less foot traffic and customers even turning away at the door.

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