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Published: November 2013
Category: Natural hazard risk management , Integrated land use and transport systems , Safety, security and public health , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General
This research report proposes a new vehicle loading standard for the design and evaluation of road bridges and other highway infrastructure in New Zealand.
NETSIM, a very detailed computer model for traffic simulation developed in the United States, is validated and calibrated for use in urban street networks in New Zealand conditions.
This research project investigated the monetary and non-monetary costs and benefits associated with reallocation of inner city kerbside parking to new uses in New Zealand.
Published: September 2015
Category: Integrated land use and transport systems , Research programme , Research & reports | Audiences: General, Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants
The purpose of this report was to build on Transport Agency research report 540 ‘Customers’ requirements of multimodal travel information systems’ to provide practical market and customer research on the delivery methods that customers would prefer a…
This research report covers the following aspects (from New Zealand and international perspectives) relating to the valuation of travel time savings for use in the economic appraisal of transport initiatives: The relative importance of travel time sa…
The measurement of traffic volumes on an extensive nationwide road network is a very large task.
A potential gap between available location technology and its use on the ground was identified in the New Zealand land transport sector.
International literature on unsealed road condition rating systems was reviewed in 1993-94, with the objective of recommending to Transit New Zealand a system suitable for use on unsealed roads in New Zealand.
An investigation into the feasibility of increasing the legal loads for heavy vehicles on New Zealand roads was begun in 1993.
This research used video surveillance of 1245 cyclists in New Zealand at pinch points to determine the relationship between the remaining lane or shoulder width and the likelihood of cyclists traversing the edge line into the motorised vehicle stream…