Yes, I do, I used to live in New Zealand there’s no useful direct comparison to be made.NZ has a single city over one million, two cities over 200,000, and only a further 4 cities over 100,000 (that’s considered a small town in the UK). We have 96 cities over 100,000 in an area the size of the North Island, that area also includes the most densely populated city in western Europe, London, which at 7.8 million is near twice the population of your country.
NZ cities are fairly evenly space and connected to one another by one major road generally, England in comparison is a dense and complex web of major and small cities, towns, villages, all interconnected by a mix of sprawling motorways, a roads, back roads, and a train and public transport network that is in a vastly different league to the practically nonexistent train network in NZ. People don’t commute from Palmy to Wellington for work, they do comparable journeys in the UK.
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