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The research set out to understand which safety interventions (if any) were the most effective in encouraging mode shift.
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…
Cost-benefit analyses assess the economics of a proposal by valuing (monetising) the costs and benefits to all members of society.
A survey run over three months up to August found that half price fares generated an additional 7% journeys on public transport, 1% were completely new, 3% came from car/taxi and 3% came from walking or cycling.
This research aimed to identify the need for and applicability of Acoustic Vehicle Alerting Systems (AVAS – noises made on purpose from vehicles) for electric buses in New Zealand.
The advance of technology has created several rich sources of data to analyse road network performance and freight patterns.
The development of a comprehensive mechanism for measuring the value of public transport is important to gain a greater understanding of existing networks and plan optimal future networks.
This project aimed to identify the best approach for determining and monitoring the contribution that government regulatory interventions in New Zealand make to mitigate the major risks associated with the land transport system.
A review of the performance of slopes in historical earthquakes, a review of relevant literature describing recent research, consideration of New Zealand’s distinctive topography and seismicity, and limited numerical analyses have been carried out.
Roading projects may have adverse effects on indigenous wildlife.