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A review of the values of travel time savings used for the evaluation of road projects in New Zealand and incorporated in the 1991 Transit New Zealand Project Evaluation Manual was undertaken, largely in 1992.
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.
The key objectives of this research were to identify the contribution that urban public transport (PT), which is generally considered safer than travel by light motor vehicles, can make to the Safe System approach, and to develop an implementation pl…
There is an increased use of public transport among Generation Y compared with previous generations, but there is limited information on the specific factors related to this trend and whether demand is temporary, sustained, or growing.
This project examined the demand for local bus and rail services during the period 1996 2008 in the three major cities in New Zealand: Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
This report investigates the degree to which current tax polices influence travel behaviour (perhaps unintentionally) in ways that contradict strategic policy objectives.
Generalised linear models (GLMs) provide a flexible and sound basis for calibrating gravity models for trip distribution, for a wide range of deterrence functions (from steps to splines), with K factors and geographic segmentation.
Route choice is determined by some function of mean travel time and distance on the routes available in most traffic assignment models.
List showing priorities of land uses for which data on parking demand and trip generation were required by traffic engineers and town planners have been prepared.
Eighty drivers in four groups of 20 (10 males; 10 females), aged under 30 years, 40–59, 60–69, and 70 years and over respectively, participated in a study, carried out in 1994 in the Waikato region, New Zealand, to identify factors contributing to cr…