The $40 million in Budget 2016 for the SuperGold Card amounts to only $10 million a year for off-peak travel.
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Auckland Seniors are facing chaos as Auckland Transport wrestles to regain control of its disastrous plan to switch Seniors to a new travel card.
Auckland senior citizens have good reason not to trust the Prime Minister and the National Government who are working to destroy the SuperGold Card, according to New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is questioning why Auckland Transport is persisting with the move to abandon the use of the SuperGold Card on buses, trains and ferries.
Don’t take the SuperGold Card and NZ Super for granted, New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters warned Grey Power members at their AGM in Christchurch this evening.
DON’T TAKE SUPERGOLD CARD OR NZ SUPERANNUATION FOR GRANTED
Speech by New Zealand First Leader and MP for Northland
Rt Hon Winston Peters
Kerikeri Grey Power,
Kingston House, Hone Heke Road,
2.30pm, 14th April 2016
Transport Minister Simon Bridges is accusing private bus companies of ripping off the government for SuperGold Card seats, says New Zealand First.
The much-loved SuperGold Card, carried by over 640,000 Kiwis, is in peril, says New Zealand First.