25.14.1 Purpose

​​​​​a) This chapter contains city-wide objectives, policies and rules relevant to the transport network and subdivision, use and development. ​
b)​ The transport network is a significant and essential physical resource of the City that contributes to the economic, social and cultural wellbeing of residents, visitors and businesses within and outside Hamilton. ​
c)​ The transport network includes all transport corridors and infrastructure, pedestrian and cycle, passenger transport, rail and river ferry routes. Also, while Hamilton Airport is not within the City it is our closest facility for moving goods and people by air. The facility is Regionally Significant Infrastructure and with its air routes is a key component of the wider transport network. ​
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