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National Land Transport Fund annual reports

Published: | Category: Annual reports , Corporate publications | Audiences: General, Local & regional government

A separate annual report is prepared for the National Land Transport Fund (NLTF) in addition to the NZ Transport Agency annual report. It provides information about how the NLTF has been invested to build a better land transport system for New Zealand. 

Alternative approved means of recording (electronic driver logbooks)

Published: | Category: Corporate publications | Audiences: Heavy vehicle operators, Taxi drivers & operators

The Transport Agency have the authority to approve an alternative means of recording matters (also known as electronic driver logbooks) relevant to monitoring work time. It is a requirement for a commercial driver to record their work time hours. 

NZ Transport Agency annual report | National Land Transport Fund annual report: 2011–2012

Published: | Category: Annual reports , Corporate publications | Audience: General

The annual report records our achievements in pursuing the NZ Transport Agency’s strategy to ensure delivery of the government’s land transport objectives and wider transport vision. Return to the NZ Transport Agency annual reports index page NZ Transport Agency 2011–12 year in review Full print version: NZ Transport Agency and NLTF annual report (end 30 June 2012)

NZ Transport Agency Statement of intent (SoI) 2015–19

Published: | Category: Statements of intent , Corporate publications | Audience: General

Our Statement of intent (SoI) sets out our strategic direction – where we are heading and why – over the next four years. It includes the long-term goals and medium-term objectives we want to achieve and how we will measure our performance against them. It also includes the priorities we will focus on in the shorter term to reach these goals.

NZ Transport Agency annual report and National Land Transport Fund annual report – main index

Published: | Category: Annual reports , Corporate publications | Audiences: General, Local & regional government

The annual report records our achievements in pursuing the Transport Agency's strategy to ensure delivery of the government's land transport objectives and wider transport vision.

NZ Transport Agency annual report: 2011–12 year in review

Published: | Category: Annual reports , Corporate publications | Audience: General

The annual report records our achievements in pursuing the NZ Transport Agency’s strategy to ensure delivery of the government’s land transport objectives and wider transport vision. Return to the NZ Transport Agency annual reports index page NZ Transport Agency 2011–12 annual report Print version: 2011–12 Year in review

Environmental plan: improving environmental sustainability and public health in New Zealand

Published: | Category: Corporate publications | Audience: General

Our environmental plan sets out our strategic environmental and social vision to enable us to set specifications and standards for our contractors undertaking roading works. The plan is also available to help and guide other land transport operators.

WoF news

Published: | Category: WoF news , Newsletters , Corporate publications | Audiences: Certifiers, Vehicle inspectors & inspecting organisations

WoF News is part of a series of newsletters produced for each of the certification types presently administered by NZ Transport Agency.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP): Wellington 2009–2012

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: Local & regional government

The Wellington region’s transport network faces a number of pressures, notably: severe congestion on key commuter and freight routes; high demand for public transport services; and the need to ensure access to important regional destinations, including Wellington’s central business district (CBD), ports, airports and hospitals.

Work time variation for critical agricultural operations

Published: | Category: Corporate publications | Audience: Heavy vehicle operators

The Land Transport Act 1998 allows operators of vehicles working on critical agricultural tasks to apply for a 'variation' to legal work time hours. An example of a critical task is harvesting. Allowances are also made for tasks such as spraying or planting crops. Agricultural contractors need to apply for a variation, which will be approved in writing and issued by the NZ Transport Agency before it can be used. On this page you will find further information and application resources related to this 'variation' process. See also the Land Transport Act 1998.
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