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This policy statement sets out the government’s priorities for expenditure from the National Land Transport Fund over the next ten years. It sets out how funding is allocated between activities, such as road safety policing, state highways, local roads, public transport and other modes of...
New Zealand has a multibillion dollar opportunity to develop new, high-technology businesses in Intelligent Transport Systems. While there are already some areas of comparative advantage and emerging solutions, these can be accelerated and enhanced through focussed initiatives in key areas.
This report argues that while emissions from transport have historically risen with economic growth, modal shift away from motor vehicle travel, a reduction in trips and trip lengths, and increased energy efficiency offer pathways for emission reductions.
Takes a detailed look at the social and economic costs of congestion to Auckland’s lifestyle and economy.
The Transport Domain Plan (the Domain Plan) ensures that the transport sector has the right data and information. It aims to help the transport sector to better coordinate how agencies collect and manage data and knowledge, and ensure that existing information is visible, and easy...
The Office of the Auditor-General has investigated the state of the infrastructure, the maintenance done by local authorities, and what is needed to ensure the provision of roads and the “three waters” (water supply, wastewater, and stormwater) in the future.
As time progresses, New Zealand’s population is projected to increase, with a changed age structure. In particular, older age groups are projected to increase much more than younger age groups, which, in some cases, are projected to fall as a percentage of the overall population....
This policy statement on land transport reflects a new approach to transport through four clear priorities: a safer transport network free of death and injury, accessible and affordable transport, reduced emissions, and value for money.
This manuscript reports descriptive findings of transport behaviours among teenagers in Southland, New Zealand, and discusses the implications of these for public health and policy.
This working paper explores the long-term future of public transport in New Zealand’s cities, in a world where transport technologies and services are rapidly evolving.