An important part of the planning and investing process is the monitoring of the government’s investment in the land transport system. We monitor our own activities and those of organisations funded through the National Land Transport Fund. It’s about ensuring New Zealanders benefit from effective and responsive solutions, which give them value for money.
Browse data and reports on the performance of the land transport system. Local authority, regional and national information is available.
Public funding provides for almost all land transport services and infrastructure in New Zealand – and we're accountable to New Zealanders for how we invest that funding. This means closely monitoring costs and showing that services and infrastructure we've invested in fulfil their intended purpose.
Both central and local government have a responsibility to contribute to economic, social and environmental outcomes. Monitoring allows us to do this, checking that:
Monitoring involves collecting transport-related information, storing it securely, analysing it and making it available to the planners, engineers, politicians and those who decide the future direction of transport in New Zealand.
Our monitoring activity involves:
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