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Draft Government Policy Statement on land transport (GPS)

The Minister of Transport has released the draft Government Policy Statement on land transport (GPS), which sets out the government’s strategic direction as well as how the land transport system will be funded during the next ten years.

The draft GPS lays out four new priorities and six objectives, which include safety, improved transport access to economic and social opportunities as well as providing more resilience and choice, better environmental outcomes and infrastructure which delivers the best value for money.

The draft GPS is now open to public engagement for a four-week period until 2 May and the final GPS needs to be adopted by the Government by 30 June.

Draft Government Policy Statement on land transport (GPS) (external link)

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