Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency says critical state highway maintenance work will continue to be carried out in order to ensure the safe movement of essential goods and to provide support for lifeline functions during New Zealand’s Covid-19 response.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency confirms that all non-essential work on state highways will cease from 11:59pm tomorrow (March 25), in line with yesterday’s announcement that New Zealand’s COVID-19 response will be moving to Alert Level 4.
The COVID-19 situation in New Zealand is evolving rapidly, and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is committed to keeping those who use and support our land transport system safe during this uncertain time.
Early detection of possible brake maintenance issues in heavy vehicles is at the forefront of a Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency change to the vehicle inspection requirements manual (VIRM) for Certificate of Fitness (CoF) inspectors.
A sophisticated email scam, which pretends to be from the NZ Transport Agency, is taking unsuspecting people to a webpage to renew their vehicle licence (rego) and asks for many personal details such as NZ driver licence details and banking information.
The holidays are just around the corner, but we know that many of our friends in the newsgathering business will be at work while the rest of us are at the bach or the beach, so the NZ Transport Agency’s media team will be on call to help during the 2019/20 Christmas/New Year break.