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This paper reports an assessment of skills gaps and training needs likely in 2035 for New Zealand, resulting from the technological change from implementation of intelligent transport systems (ITS) in land transport.
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.
Published: December 2016
Category: Environmental impacts of land transport , Research programme , Research & reports | Audiences: Advice and assistance, General, Land developers, Local & regional government
The 2015 Government Policy Statement on Land Transport focuses on economic growth, productivity, road safety, and value for money.
The national integrated transport assessment guidelines used by practitioners in New Zealand only provide guidance for the assessment of significant sized developments, setting out the approach to be taken with varying assessment levels relative to s…
Where a development proposal has adverse impacts on a state highway, the NZ Transport Agency will seek to ensure that these adverse effects are avoided, remedied or mitigated at the developer’s cost.
This section sets out the NZ Transport Agency’s response to proposed private developments, such as subdivisions and billboards alongside the state highway network.
This guide sets out Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency's operational approach to apportioning costs for state highway upgrade works required to mitigate the effects of third-party development and the use of cost sharing agreements for land developm…