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Monday 27 June 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Local, National

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Ride share services proposed as Rarotonga struggles with visitor transport options
Atua Atuatika, who runs Turoa Bakery, says there needs to be more transport options for tourists. Photo: Matthew Littlewood

As rental vehicles get snapped up at high rates in Rarotonga, a baker and delivery driver reckons a “ride share” service would help alleviate some of the island’s vehicle capacity pressures.

As rental vehicles get snapped up at high rates in Rarotonga, a baker and delivery driver reckons a “ride share” service would help alleviate some of the island’s vehicle capacity pressures.


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