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Unless otherwise specified the copyright of all web pages on this website is owned by the Crown. The copyright of downloads (pdfs), images, and Transport Indicators is owned by the Crown only where specified.

The copyright in other material may be owned by third parties and used with the copyright holder’s permission. Such material may not be reproduced without obtaining the permission of the copyright holder.

Where the owner of copyright is not specified as being the Crown, or is someone other than the Crown, contact us to enquire about the process for obtaining permission to use the material in question.

Creative Commons licence

Under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (BY) Licence, you are free to copy, distribute and adapt Crown copyright material on the website as long as you attribute the material to the Ministry of Transport and abide by the other terms of the licence. To view a copy of this licence, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/(external link)

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Attribution

When attributing the Ministry of Transport, you need to include some details about the original material and the licence. This includes crediting the source of the material as the Ministry of Transport. A hyperlink may also be included. For example –

If you publish, distribute or otherwise disseminate this work to the public without adapting it, the following attribution to the Ministry of Transport should be used:

“Source: the Ministry of Transport and licensed by the Ministry of Transport for re-use under the [name of and link to or URL for applicable Creative Commons licence]”

If you adapt this work in any way or include it in a collection, and publish, distribute or otherwise disseminate that adaptation or collection to the public, the following attribution to the Ministry of Transport should be used:

Either:
This work is [based on/includes] the Ministry of Transport’s [insert name of work or data] which [is/are] licensed by the Ministry of Transport for re-use under the [name of and link to or URL for applicable Creative Commons licence]

Or:
This [work/product/application/etc] uses data sourced from the Ministry of Transport which are licensed by the Ministry of Transport for re-use under the [name of and link to or URL for applicable Creative Commons licence]

Or:
This [work/product/application/etc] uses data sourced from the Ministry of Transport. This material is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (BY) Licence. To view a copy of this licence, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/(external link)

Non-copyright material

Non-copyright (“open access”) material on the website may be copied and re-used without restriction. Open access material is identifiable by endorsement of a “no known rights” statement on the material.

Photographic and graphic work

No photograph or graphic work on this website, nor in any Ministry of Transport publication, may be reproduced separately from the document or resource from which it came, without the express written permission of the Ministry of Transport. To enquire about the process for obtaining permission for using a photograph or graphic work, please contact us.

Logos, emblems and trade marks

Logos, emblems and trade marks on the website should not be used in any way which infringes any provision of the Flags, Emblems, and Names Protection Act 1981 or would infringe such provision if the relevant use occurred within New Zealand. In the case of the Ministry of Transport, attribution should be in written form and not by reproduction of the Ministry of Transport logo. Permission to use the Ministry of Transport logo can be sought by emailing the Ministry Webmaster. Use of Ministry material does not extend to the website’s design elements.

Third party material

Permission to use or reproduce Ministry of Transport material does not extend to include any material on this website that is the copyright material of a third party. Authorisation to use or reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned.