More cars and a record year of travel shows Kiwis’ continued appetite for motor vehicles.
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On 28 June 2018, Transport Minister Phil Twyford announced an increase in petrol excise duty of 3.5 cents per litre to take effect from 31 September 2018, and further 3.5 cent increases in 2019 and 2020.
It is our understanding that there is an email fraud circulating at the moment, based on an email claiming to be from the Ministry of Transport, and offering a vehicle insurance refund.
The three recent serious bus crashes on New Zealand roads are tragic events that have impacted many people. Our thoughts are with all those affected.
The final GPS 2018 has now been released
The Government has announced the development of a new road safety strategy for New Zealand, replacing the current Safer Journeys strategy, which ends in 2020.
The Ministry has published guidelines for testing and developing unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), commonly known as drones, in New Zealand.
Associate Minister of Transport, Shane Jones has today announced a number of initiatives to encourage regional economic development.
The 2017 social cost of road crashes and injuries update shows the total social cost of motor vehicle injury crashes in 2016. This is estimated at $4.17 billion
University of Canterbury (UC) Professor Simon Kingham has been named the first Chief Science Adviser for the Ministry of Transport | Te Manatū Waka.