COVID-19 SERVICES UPDATE: Regional information for Alert Level 3, information on the expiry date for extended WoFs, CoFs and driver licences. Find out more.
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The COVID-19 situation in New Zealand continues to evolve and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is committed to supporting safety during this time.
Please remember that drivers and vehicle owners are responsible for ensuring vehicle safety and compliance if driving on the road.
More information is available on the Government's website(external link)
Find out more information on the impact of regional alert level changes, including frequently asked questions for alert level changes.
Find out more information on the temporary extensions in place for Warrants of Fitness (WoFs), Certificates of Fitness (CoFs), vehicle certifications, driver licences and endorsements.
These general FAQs will be regularly updated as the current situation changes, and as more information is available to us. Please check them regularly for updates.
This section details the Transport Agency services, or support services currently operating such as public transport, driver licensing, and driver testing.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is offering advance payments to roading contractors so the industry will be ready to hit the ground running to deliver vital projects and help get New Zealand moving when the country moves out of the current Level 4 Covid-19 Alert lock down.
The COVID-19 Recovery (Fast-Track Consenting) Act 2020 (Act) enables certain Waka Kotahi and KiwiRail projects relating to the operation, replacement, maintenance and minor upgrade of existing infrastructure to be considered a permitted activity, thereby avoiding the requirement for resource consent.
This note is to provide guidance to Road Controlling Authorities (RCA) to support the implementation of lower speed limits to ensure optimal safety conditions for people walking or cycling as New Zealand transitions through the different Covid-19 levels.
The nationally representative study offers insights into how people respond in their transport choices, their perceptions and attitudes to different modes of transport and how they change under the different COVID-19 Alert Levels.
A weekly summary of changes to traffic count data on state highways across key traffic.
A weekly summary of public transport patronage for Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
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