Secretary for Transport Peter Mersi has today confirmed his new senior leadership team, which comes into effect on 2 October 2017.
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Secretary for Transport Peter Mersi has welcomed the report of the State Services Commission investigation into the protection of whistle-blowers.
The report was launched by the Associate Minister of Transport in June 2017. The report summarises the New Zealand transport system and provides key facts.
The Economic impact of the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake report examines the impacts on transport, business operations and tourism.
The Minister has announced New Zealand’s participation in an Australasian trial programme using a satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) test bed.
Ministry of Transport officials visited Kaikoura recently to see the progress on the roads and railway network first hand.
Announcements by Minister Bridges and Associate Minister Collins signal more progress towards a future with more EVs on New Zealand's roads.
The Ministry of Transport has been leading a programme of work to respond to the Kaikoura earthquake.
Following the earthquake on 14 November, our Wellington office is closed until further notice.
The Ministry of Transport has just launched its emerging insights and scenario summaries for the Regulation 2025 strategic project.
The Ministry has recently released the Transport Domain Plan and the Transport Research Strategy. Find out more.
Investment in long-lived transport infrastructure is subject to uncertainty. Failure to manage uncertainty can result in costly mistakes.
The Ministry commissioned the Transportation Research Centre at the University of Auckland in 2014 to advise on the best design for a national transport model.
The Government has announced decisions strengthening management of drug and alcohol impairment in aviation and maritime.
A step-by-step best practice guide to making and amending transport rules has been released online.
Will we see the return of supersonic flight? When will we see fully autonomous cars on our roads? What if we could reduce the road toll from 300 to 30?
A new Ministry of Transport publication, 25 Years of New Zealand Travel: New Zealand Household Travel 1989-2014 is released today.
The Ministry of Transport has released foundation papers for the Regulation 2025 strategic project.
Ministry of Transport Deputy Chief Executive, Andrew Jackson, says transport modelling and demand data released today will help drive better transport decisions
Martin Matthews, Ministry of Transport Chief Executive, has won an international award for championing intelligent transport systems (or ITS) in New Zealand.