This page contains the Ministry of Transport’s Briefings to the Incoming Minister (BIM) and the Government Transport Sector’s BIM, since the October 2014 General Election.

Ministry of Transport Briefing to the Incoming Associate Minister (2017)

This briefing was provided to the incoming Associate Minister of Transport in February 2017. It provides an overview of the Associate Minister's responsibilities, as well as explaining what the Ministry of Transport does, and how the transport sector is structured and funded.

Read the Ministry of Transport's Briefing to the Incoming Associate Minister [PDF, 625 KB]

Ministry of Transport Briefing to the Incoming Minister

This briefing includes the key long-term strategic challenges for the transport sector. It identifies how decisions the Minister of Transport will make could impact on the development of the transport system over the longer term.

Read the Ministry of Transport’s Briefing to the Incoming Minister [PDF, 6.6 MB]

Transport sector Briefing to the Incoming Minister

The Ministry of Transport, the Civil Aviation Authority (external link) , Maritime New Zealand (external link) , the New Zealand Transport Agency (external link) , and the Transport Accident Investigation Commission (external link) also developed a joint sector Briefing to the Incoming Minister. This document provides an introduction to the transport sector and how the agencies will work with the Minister.

Read the Transport Sector Briefing to the Incoming Minister [PDF, 3.3 MB]

Historical documents

Read the previous briefings to the Minister of Transport