Infrastructure is critical for a modern society and economy. Public sector infrastructure such as hospitals are schools are important for the high quality of life we enjoy as New Zealanders. Roads, rail, ports and airports keep people and products moving. Our communications network and our electricity generation and supply grid keep New Zealand powered and connected. When infrastructure fails or is absent, everyday life is in disarray and economic growth is unstable.
The Infrastructure Policy Advisory Group (PAG) helps to look at potential advancements in infrastructure in both metropolitan areas and our regions. It ensures National members have and input on important infrastructure issues and accelerates National’s priority of a stronger, more competitive economy with higher wages, more exports, and better public services.
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