Money for Hawaiian good luck sign but no money for safety.

Reported in the Footpath/pavement category anonymously at 04:03, Sat 31 December 2011

Sent to Auckland Transport 7 min later.

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The post on the left of the photo must surely be the “ “Hawaiian good luck sign” to pedestrians” it was taken looking up to the sky at one end and one side of the Karangahape over bridge that goes over state highway one. There are two more just like it on the other side and both ends of the bridge. Unfortunately I did not get the best part when I took the photo, They light up at night. The bridge is a disaster, pebbled footpath and riddled with footpath cancer makes the footpath very slippery for pedestrians when it rains, and that is not all, to make it easier for accidents to happen, the roof to the bridge does not go the full length like it used to......... On the right of the photo there is the steps from the Karangahape road entry to Myers park, notice how there is lots of money to symbolize the index finger but no money at all for a pedestrian safety hand rail. As I keep saying “who give a toss for pedestrian safety when we have money to give to the health and accident system”

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