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Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee announced today that he has introduced the Land Transport Amendment Bill 2013 to lower the adult drink-driving limits.
The Ministry of Transport’s Annual Report 2012/13 was tabled in Parliament last month.
Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee announced today that the Clifford Bay ferry terminal will not proceed and that Picton will remain the South Island ferry terminal.
The government announced today that it will lower the adult drink-driving limit from 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood, to 50mg.
The Ministry's Chief Executive has expressed deep sympathy for the families of those who lost their lives in the 2012 Carterton hot-air balloon collision
Since my last CE’s Update at the end of March, we have continued our focus on developing a more efficient, effective, safer transport system...
The Ministry’s latest Vehicle Fleet Statistics for the April to June 2013 quarter show there is a continued high level of vehicle replacement.
Associate Transport Minister Michael Woodhouse has announced that a review of taxi driver safety is underway.
The Minister of Transport has reauthorised the trans-Tasman Alliance between Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia for a period of five years.