The Government is changing the rules for small passenger services.
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The Associate Transport Minister released a discussion document on 19 April 2016, proposing changes to the Driver Licensing system.
The Social Cost of Road Crashes and Injuries 2015 update has been released.
The Minister of Transport and Mayor of Auckland have released the Auckland Transport Alignment Project’s Foundation Report.
Thinking of testing your autonomous vehicle in New Zealand?
The Ministry of Transport is seeking feedback on a consultation paper about the future of small passenger services in New Zealand.
The Associate Transport Minister has released a discussion document, proposing changes to the VDAM Rule, for NZ’s heavy vehicle dimensions and mass limits.
Find out how the revenue collected from petrol excise duty, road user charges, and motor vehicle registration and licensing fees is divided.
From 1 July 2015 all new light passenger and goods vehicles certified for entry into New Zealand will be required to have electronic stability control (ESC).
New petrol excise duty (PED) and road user charges (RUC) from 1 July 2015.
The second stage evaluation of changes to the Road User Charges Act 2012 has been released, including a particular focus on light diesel vehicles.
Most New Zealand pre-schoolers are protected when they travel, a Ministry of Transport survey shows.
A review of transport licensing law applying to small passenger service vehicles (SPSV) is underway, as announced by Associate Transport Minister, Craig Foss
The Ministry of Transport is reminding road users to take care on the road over an up-coming long weekend, especially in light of an analysis of summer crashes.
The Minister of Transport has announced 13 projects which will receive funding from the Urban Cycleways Programme in the 2014/15 financial year.
Three recently released reports by the Ministry of Transport highlight different aspects of road safety.
From 1 December 2014, the alcohol limit for drivers aged 20 years and over is lower
A Ministry of Transport survey shows most New Zealanders wear safety belts when in the front seat.
The Land Transport Amendment Bill 2013 to lower the drink-driving limits passed its third and final reading yesterday.
Minister Woodhouse signs a new Land Transport Rule that will phase in mandatory ESC for all light passenger and goods vehicles entering the New Zealand