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This report develops an indicator framework for measuring the contribution of land transport to the aggregate wellbeing of New Zealanders.
This research considers land use and transport accessibility drawing on international practice from the UK, Europe, USA and Australia.
The objective of the research detailed in Transfund NZ research report 209 was to produce a comprehensive national database of information on trips and parking related to land use in New Zealand and to identify historic trends since the 1970s.
SPARC's Active New Zealand Survey (ANZS) is a high-quality nationwide survey of over 4000 adults collected through face-to-face interviews over 12 months in 2007/08.
In this research project we used a combination of a literature review; an analysis of secondary data and accessibility indices; and an online survey of inner city and non-inner city residents in Auckland and Wellington to examine the impact of urban …
This research report on the strategic electronic monitoring of heavy commercial vehicles (HCVs) was prepared by Traffic Design Group in 2011–12.
Customers for long-distance goods haulage are free to decide on which transport modes to use on the basis of price and performance.
This research was undertaken in 2010–11 to appraise evidence from three New Zealand cities (Auckland, Dunedin, Hamilton) and four Australian cities (Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth) on the market impacts of improvements in urban bus services at …
This research, undertaken in 2010, aimed to provide predictions of older persons' (age 65+) demand for transport until the mid-21st century in New Zealand, and how this will affect our networks.
This report describes research undertaken for Land Transport New Zealand on walking and cycling strategies.