The Rail Safety Stakeholder Typologies provide a high level picture of the diverse rail participants in the New Zealand rail industry. They’re a quick overview of some key characteristics of the organisations that the Transport Agency works with in its day-to-day activity of ensuring the safety of rail.
Application form to be completed and submitted to the NZ Transport Agency by applicants who wish to be a rail operator, an access provider or a rail participant who is required by regulations to hold a licence.
Trespasser accidents represent a major proportion of deaths and injuries on New Zealand’s railway corridor. This report looks at the trends in trespasser accidents in the past decade to guide strategies for reducing their incidence. The report begins with an analysis of the Land Transport Safety Authority database, followed by an analysis of the Coroners' database.
These guidelines relate to the safety management of railways and tramways in New Zealand and set out the requirements of the government with respect to the public’s ever-increasing awareness of transport safety issues and high expectation of the right to remain safe.
The ability to reliably predict public transport (PT) journey times is critical for network operators and transport authorities to measure, monitor and target improvements to the PT network, with flow-on effects for customers.
The Transport Agency commissioned Navigatus Consulting to undertake this research project to identify and provide evidence-based recommendations for managing priority safety risks for New Zealand rail operations.