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Land transport benefits framework and management approach: guidelines

Published: | Category: Benefits & economic evaluation , Manuals | Audience: Local & regional government

The Land transport benefits framework and management approach: guidelines provides guidance on how to apply the Benefits Framework (the list and description of the benefits) and Benefits Management Approach (how benefits are applied, monitored and reported). The guidelines clarify some key questions about benefits and how they are used in processes related to the National Land Transport Programme, the Business Case Approach, investment decision making and benefits realisation.  

Part one of these guidelines contains information on the benefits and measures in the Benefits Framework. Part two provides detailed descriptions and process maps of how to apply the benefits framework and how to monitor and report on benefits. The guidelines will be updated on a periodic basis.

Tiakina Te Taiao – Our Sustainability Monitoring Report

Published: | Category: Corporate publications , Research & reports | Audiences: Communities, General, Local & regional government, Road controlling authorities

An underpinning action in Toitū Te Taiao – Our Sustainability Action Plan was to establish a sustainability monitoring framework and report. Measuring and monitoring our progress is essential for showing how we are delivering on our commitment to care more for our environment (people, places and planet).  

Tiakina Te Taiao is our first sustainability monitoring report. Related pagesToitū Te Taiao – Our Sustainability Action Plan

Tiakina Te Taiao – Our Sustainability Monitoring Report

Te Hiringa o Te Taiao – Our Resource Efficiency Strategy

Published: | Category: Corporate publications | Audiences: Communities, General, Local & regional government, Road controlling authorities

We have developed a resource efficiency strategy, Te Hiringa o Te Taiao, and supporting policy to deliver on our commitment to use resources sustainably with minimal environmental impact. Te Hiringa o Te Taiao will help us to reduce the environmental impact our work has, and the operational and embodied carbon emissions created in our projects and maintenance work. The development of Te Hiringa o Te Taiao is a headline action within Toitū Te Taiao, our Waka Kotahi sustainability action plan.  

Related pagesToitū Te Taiao – Our Sustainability Action Plan

Toitū Te Taiao – Our Sustainability Action Plan

Published: | Category: Corporate publications , Guidance for specialists , Statistics & surveys , Research & reports | Audiences: Communities, General, Local & regional government, Road controlling authorities

Toitū Te Taiao, our sustainability action plan, sets out the actions we will take to tackle climate change and create a sustainable land transport system.  

Related pagesToitū Te Taiao – our sustainability action plan

Requirements for urban buses in New Zealand (the 'RUB')

Published: | Category: Vehicle inspection & certification , Guidance for specialists | Audience: Local & regional government

The purpose of the RUB is to standardise urban bus requirements across regional councils and Auckland Transport (AT) to create efficiencies and improve the usability and accessibility of buses for all customers. Since the RUB was first issued in 2008 it has been reviewed twice (in 2011 and 2014) and updated in 2013 to accommodate double-decker buses. The Requirements for Urban Buses in New Zealand 2014 (RUB) is currently being reviewed in line with its stated 3-year update objective.

General circulars

Published: | Category: General circulars , Technical memoranda | Audience: Local & regional government

General circulars are used by the NZ Transport Agency to directly advise road controlling authorities and regional councils about relevant policy or programme management updates, or to communicate recent Board decisions.

Appraisal summary table

Published: | Category: Guidance for specialists | Audiences: Advice and assistance, Local & regional government, Road controlling authorities

The appraisal summary table (AST) presents decision makers with an overview of monetised, quantitative and qualitative benefits and costs estimated as part of the business case process. The AST is a mandatory requirement when making a funding request for improvement activities as part of the National Land Transport Programme. AST templates, user guidance and instructions are available below.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) 2009–12

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

The National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) contains all the land transport activities, such as public transport services and road construction and maintenance, which are expected to receive funding from Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency. Waka Kotahi is responsible for allocating funding to land transport. NLTP 2009–12’s primary focus is a series of targeted investments that will help to address the important challenges New Zealand faces with land transport – in particular improving the efficiency of key transport routes, improving public transport and easing severe congestion in key urban areas, upgrading important freight and tourism routes, and improving safety and access to markets, employment and areas that contribute to economic growth.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) 2008/09

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

The National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) contains all the land transport activities, such as public transport services and road construction and maintenance, which are expected to receive funding from Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency. Waka Kotahi is responsible for allocating funding to land transport. The 2008/09 NLTP sets out the significant transport issues facing land transport and lists the transport activities that have been given funding from the National Land Transport Fund and also those that may be funded during 2008/09. It sets out forecasts of anticipated expenditure and revenue over 10 years.

RCA annual data quality results

Published: | Category: RCA data quality , Research & reports | Audiences: Local & regional government, Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

The annual summaries are the result of the Road Efficiency Group’s (REG) annual assessment of each Road Controlling Authority′s (RCA) asset management data. Each spreadsheet summarises the reported annual high-level results for a RCA based on an evolving data quality framework of metrics interrogating data for a range of data quality dimensions including completeness, accuracy and timeliness. This is produced by summarising the individual RCA metric results generated within REG Insights. REG Insights is the only place where the metric level of detail is available to each RCA. Information about each metric contained in the metric library and change register resource is also accessible via the Data Quality Descriptions section of REG Insights. This includes the RAMM SQL and Exception SQL to find the records that may have issues. These should be used to uncover gaps in processes and information, not to only fix the symptom.