Safer roadworks, more efficient urban freight movement and better shared spaces for different transport users are the focus of up to $3.7 million of funding from the second round of the Waka Kotahi innovation fund Hoe ki angitū.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency says today’s announcement that the Government will progress the Reshaping Streets package of legislative changes will give councils more options to improve urban spaces and encourage safer and more sustainable travel.
With Eden Park set to host tomorrow’s opening match and an additional eight matches for the upcoming 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, residents, fans, and drivers are urged to think about how the event may affect their travel plans in and out of Tamaki Makaurau.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has successfully prosecuted a director of an Auckland inspecting organisation who dishonestly accessed the Motor Vehicle Register. This is the first prosecution of its kind since the Waka Kotahi Regulatory Services Safer Vehicles team was established in 2019.
Police, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency and Te Manatū Waka Ministry of Transport urge drivers to be responsible for their safety and of others on the road when getting behind the wheel this Matariki weekend.
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Key government agencies and road safety partners Waka Kotahi, NZ Police, Te Manatū Waka, ACC and Auckland Transport, are today reinforcing to Aotearoa that road safety is a daily, year-round focus for all of us.
Ka tukuna tētahi kohikohinga o ngā tohu huarahi reorua e whakaarotia ana ki te ara tuku kōrero i tēnei rā, e ai ki te Hoa Toihau o Te Mātāwai, ki a Reikura Kahi, rāua ko te Kaiurungi o Waka Kotahi, ki a Kane Patena.
Students at schools across the country will be calling on everyone to Be a road safety hero alongside companies, communities, emergency services and road safety professionals during Road Safety Week (15-21 May).
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, with input from WorkSafe, construction and maintenance suppliers and the road safety sector, has published new best practice guidance to improve safety at work sites – a key challenge facing our transport system.
For the third consecutive year, Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency has published the findings of a comprehensive survey into New Zealanders’ attitudes toward road safety issues and behaviours, and how these are trending over time.