It’s been a work in progress for some time, and now is the time to share it! Following great conversations and feedback through the W7 workshop series, discussions with lead advisors within Waka Kotahi, and representatives from the sector we are pleased to have a Service Outcomes and Performance Discussion Document available.
Throughout development of the ONF, the project team is working with REG members and Waka Kotahi teams including Claire Pascoe, Lead Advisor Urban Mobility. Claire says that the biggest thing the ONF will do is allow us to have better conversations about the two functions our roads and streets play – movement and place.
It was great to hear the enthusiasm about the ONF, but we know there are some key 'myths' (or urban legends!) about the ONF that we need to bust, so we’re going to highlight some of those from time to time.
Serious effort for detailed design is now in full swing. Regional workshops starting next week are an important step to assess the sector’s current understanding of the new One Network Framework (ONF).
Our One Network Framework (ONF) team will be developing the detailed design of the framework over the next few months – including targeted testing and refinement with a sample group of RCAs and key stakeholders.
REG is working hard to get the new One Network Framework (ONF) in place. For many councils, if the existing ONRC network is up-to-date the transition from ONRC to the new framework will be more seamless.
The Transport Agency has created a useful video explaining why integrating transport planning, land use planning and urban design will help us to create vibrant and accessible towns and cities, where people have options for how they get around.
The One Network Framework aims to provide a common language to reflect the role transport systems play in the movement of people and goods across all land transport modes; the social spaces streetscapes provide; and the role these networks play in providing access to adjacent land.