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National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) 2009–12: regional programmes

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: Local & regional government

The activities in the NLTP, which originate from councils and the NZ Transport Agency, are submitted to the NZ Transport Agency through regional land transport programmes. When the NZ Transport Agency prepares the national land transport programme, it must make sure that programme contributes to the purpose of the Land Transport Management Act and the five New Zealand Transport Strategy objectives, ie to the aim of achieving an affordable, integrated, safe, responsive, and sustainable land transport system and to assisting economic development, assisting safety and personal; security, improving access and mobility, protecting and promoting public health and ensuring environmental sustainability.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) activities reporting tool

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: Local & regional government

The data available in the NLTP activities reporting tool is the same as the tables of activities listed in the NLTP documents on this webpage. However, this tool provides a dynamic way for users to manipulate the data according to their needs. This tool makes it possible to:

look at project funding information for the next three years
look at NLTP data per activity class, region, or other sub category
monitor progress after each NZ Transport Agency review (see below for more information)
generate documents (Word or Excel) with tables for use in a report.  

Please note that the progress report function of this tool is ‘greyed out’ and not currently working. The tables provided through this tool will be updated monthly when funding status of projects is reviewed. Users will be able to note these changes when this feature goes live.

Advanced bus solution: final report

Published: | 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 Advanced Bus Solution utilises new and emerging technologies
it has been outlined to sufficient detail to enable comparisons with other modes at the Programme Business Case / Indicative Business Case level
The study comprised six modules of work over an 11week period (October – December 2016):

Review of evaluation criteria and establishment of cost benefit analysis methodology
Review of current bus solution
Assessment of advanced bus initiatives
Advanced bus option development
Advanced bus option selection (based on costbenefit and multicriteria analysis)
Definition of preferred ‘Advanced Bus Solution(s)’
The project was undertaken by L. E. K.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP): West Coast 2009–2012

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: Local & regional government

Links to other regions are crucial to the economy of the West Coast region. Closures of these routes can cause major delays for locals, tourists and freight traffic, which can have significant negative effects on the region’s economy. The reliability, capacity, safety and security of the routes on which the region depends is therefore a major focus of this NLTP, which allocates funding to maintain the region’s local and state highway networks to support economic growth in our region.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP): Wellington 2009–2012

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: Local & regional government

The Wellington region’s transport network faces a number of pressures, notably: severe congestion on key commuter and freight routes; high demand for public transport services; and the need to ensure access to important regional destinations, including Wellington’s central business district (CBD), ports, airports and hospitals.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP): Waikato 2009–2012

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: Local & regional government

The Waikato region is a key part of New Zealand’s transport network, providing important links between the sea ports of Tauranga and Auckland and the inland rail freight hub Hamilton, while a high proportion of heavy vehicles also travel through the Waikato, south to Taranaki and Wellington.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP): Tasman 2009–2012

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: Local & regional government

The Tasman region currently faces a number of transport-related challenges, including the need to: support continued growth in the primary and tourism sectors by providing a secure and reliable regional roading network; respond to transport demands from rapid population growth, particularly in Richmond; and address a number of safety-related concerns.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP): Taranaki 2009–2012

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: Local & regional government

There has been considerable investment and improvement in the Taranaki transport network in recent years – largely in response to New Plymouth’s residential and industrial growth and an increasing dependence on roading infrastructure by commercial transport, tourism and a growing local population. Safety has been a particular priority in this investment.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP): Southland 2009–2012

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: Local & regional government

The Southland region needs to address a number of transport-related issues between now and 2012. Our top priority in delivering economic growth and productivity in the region is to ensure freight can move within Southland efficiently and safely.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP): Otago 2009–2012

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: Local & regional government

Maintaining state highways and local roads will be a top priority for the Otago region in the next 10 years, to ensure existing capacity enables economic growth and productivity in the region. By protecting and maintaining the land transport network, so it’s safer, more reliable and efficient, without the need for expensive new infrastructure, we’ll help to enable growth in the region’s economy.