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This report describes a review of literature on approaches to valuing injury and mortality risk in transport assessments.
The NZ Transport Agency selected URS NZ Ltd to conduct a literature review in 2013 to find available cost and benefit information for traveller information systems (TIS) and associated products.
This report presents a summary of the outcomes from a research project commissioned by the NZ Transport Agency to develop design guidance for bridges in New Zealand for liquefaction and lateral spreading effects.
Reducing driver distraction, including distraction resulting from mobile phone use, is an aim of New Zealand’s Safer Journeys programme.
This project was designed to investigate the importance of drainage maintenance for pavement performance and to recommend a maintenance strategy.
The goal of the research was to evaluate the effects of alcohol on the performance of New Zealand drivers across 0.05% and 0.08% blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels.
This report details research carried out in Wellington, New Zealand, over the period 2012–13.
This study conducted in New Zealand in 2012 investigated the attitudes, prevalence, habits and self-reported risks associated with drug-driving, along with possible countermeasures.
The objective of this research project was to undertake primary market research in New Zealand, at an exploratory level, to gain greater understanding of car passengers’ valuations of travel time savings in a range of situations (including passenger …
New Zealand has adopted the raised-profile type of audio tactile profiled (ATP) roadmarkings.