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up there again.’’
Naylor says a fully accessible electric shuttle would enable marginalised groups to get to the top. Access to the summit is a human right, she says.
Naylor says Auckland should look to other countries, where small 12-seater shuttles are used to move people to and from high scenic spots.
She supports the car ban due to the dangers vehicles create up there.
Before the 2011 ban on buses, pedestrians were put in harms way when the vehicles had to turn around, she says.
The summit is much more enjoyable without the clutter and pollution, Naylor says.
Protecting the mountain, while keeping carbon emissions low, would be the ideal outcome, she says.