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This guide sets out Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency's operational approach to apportioning costs for state highway upgrade works required to mitigate the effects of third-party development and the use of cost sharing agreements for land developm…
Our Environmental and Social Responsibility Policy makes a commitment to protecting and enhancing the environment as well as avoiding adverse effects during the planning, construction, maintenance and operation of the state highway network.
The Planning policy manual (PPM) sets out Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency's policy and approach to integrated planning.
The Guideline for preparing an environmental and social management plan details the minimum requirements for all NZ Transport Agency environmental and social management plans (ESMP).
This guideline has been superseded by the Guideline for preparing an environmental plan, which is available on our Environmental management plans page.
Published: September 2014
Category: Environment & resource planning , Manuals | Audiences: Local & regional government, Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors
The guidelines have been developed to assist roading practitioners with the selection and design of erosion and sediment control practices.
This guide outlines the requirements and process associated with public utilities and private services within the state highway corridor.
This guide outlines the process and requirements for applications for roadside vendors and the operation of mobile shops within the state highway corridor in accordance with the Bylaw Regulating Roadside Vendors on State Highways 1993/2.
This guidance is designed to assist Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency staff, local authorities, landowners and other parties to understand the requirements associated with third party signs (advertising signs) which are within or visible from the state…