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Anecdotal evidence from recent transport projects suggests that resource consenting processes and resulting environmental requirements can vary from project to project.
The purpose of the research was to better understand real-world fuel consumption and vehicle exhaust emissions from the New Zealand fleet and use this knowledge to improve the ability of the Transport Agency’s Vehicle Emissions Prediction Model (VEPM…
Environmental noise caused by road and rail traffic can cause a range of disturbance and annoyance reactions amongst local communities.
This research was conducted to identify the technical, economic, commercial and environmental issues around the use of crumb rubber from used tyres as an additive to bitumen for pavement surfacings.
This research was undertaken to improve Waka Kotahi, and sector understanding about the benefits of integrated transport and land use planning and to provide a foundation for additional work to improve integrated planning processes, delivery, and out…
The purpose of this research was to better understand transport sector requirements in relation to the access, supply, demand and use of aggregates to enable sustainable sourcing of materials.
Gaps have been identified in the ability of emission models to predict real-world emissions from New Zealand light and heavy vehicles.
Good decision making requires best science in understanding the baseline, in this case of light vehicle use out to 2035, in developing strategy, policy and activities to reduce car dependency.
Time series econometric models were developed to understand past trends and to enable forecasts of future trends of different modes based on current policy settings.
This research was undertaken to improve our understanding of particulate matter from vehicle brake and tyre wear and road surface dust from sealed surfaces, known as non-tailpipe particulate emissions, which can cause both human health impacts when d…