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Published: 27 January 2017
Category: Public transport , Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network , Guidance for specialists , Research & reports | Audiences: Communities, General, Local & regional government, Road traffic engineers & consultants
The objective of the ‘Advanced Bus Solution’ (ABS) study was to provide the details of a preferred advanced bus solution for central access and city to / from the Airport that provides the opportunity for a step change in current service levels: the …
This booklet is for community groups or local government staff working on transport problems in rural areas and small towns.
The State Highway Investment Proposal (SHIP) describes the investment Waka Kotahi is seeking for state highways maintenance, operations and renewals, and the improvements needed to make the network safer, more resilient and accessible, and protects t…
Published: 16 December 2022
Category: Corporate publications , Guidance for specialists , Research & reports | Audiences: Communities, Land owners, Local & regional government, Road controlling authorities
Climate change is one of the biggest challenges that the land transport system faces right now.
This report outlines how our urban centres compare on their journeys toward delivering a low carbon, safe and healthy urban mobility environment.
Published: 1 April 2020
Category: Corporate publications , Guidance for specialists , Statistics & surveys , Research & reports | Audiences: Communities, General, Local & regional government, Road controlling authorities
Toitū Te Taiao, our sustainability action plan, sets out the actions we will take to tackle climate change and create a sustainable land transport system.
Hononga ki te iwi is Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency’s Māori engagement framework, and it has been developed to guide our thinking when planning our Māori engagement.
This report outlines the insights and learnings gathered from the early development of a social leasing scheme to help more New Zealanders transition to low-emission vehicles.
Waka Kotahi must approve general election signs that will be placed on or next to state highways and signs must comply with the Waka Kotahi general election sign guidance.