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One hundred and thirty participants (70 males, 60 females), aged between 18 and 40, took part in this research to test the relative conspicuity of eight different test-garments.
Most New Zealand pavements comprise a granular base with a thin bituminous surfacing.
A literature review was carried out in 1993 on the potential use of crumb-sized ground tyre rubber (GTR), obtained from recycling waste tyres, as an additive to bitumen used in constructing New Zealand pavements.
This report examines cyclists’ perceptions of cycle infrastructure levels of service and proposes an assessment methodology for evaluating the level of service provided by cycling facilities.
Household Travel Survey data is an essential component of building a transportation model.
The purpose of the research was to better understand real-world fuel consumption and vehicle exhaust emissions from the New Zealand fleet and use this knowledge to improve the ability of the Transport Agency’s Vehicle Emissions Prediction Model (VEPM…
Environmental noise caused by road and rail traffic can cause a range of disturbance and annoyance reactions amongst local communities.
This report outlines a general framework that can be used to analyse the social and distributional impacts of road pricing in the New Zealand context and applies it to two hypothetical case studies of road pricing schemes in New Zealand cities.
Unsealed roads remain the backbone of the New Zealand’s economy.
This research identified eight freight indicators which can be used to understand the performance of the freight sector.