The Ministry of Transport has released foundation papers for the Regulation 2025 strategic project.
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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.
A review of the SuperGold transport scheme’s sustainability has identified ways to ensure value for money, while maintaining the entitlements of cardholders.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges announced funding for key transport projects as part of Budget 2015.
The Ministry of Transport has extended its deadline to accept submissions on its discussion paper, Clear heads.
The new deadline is 5pm, Friday 8 May 2015.
The Ministry is seeking submissions on options to reduce the risks of alcohol- and drug-related impairment in aviation, maritime and rail.
The Ministry of Transport has been inducted into the ITS Hall of Fame in Detroit, as recognition for its Intelligent Transport Systems Technology Action Plan.
The results from the 2013 Census provide an opportunity to better understand Auckland’s journey to work patterns.
Ministry of Transport launch an Intelligent Transport Systems Action Plan, that will help make transport safer and more efficient in New Zealand.
The Minister of Transport and the Minister of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) jointly released the East Coast Regional Economic Potential Study today
New Zealand’s freight task is projected to increase by about 50 percent over the next 30 years, according to updated National Freight Demand Study
The Ministry of Transport is trialling a new way of gathering data for its household travel survey.
The Wellington storm of Thursday 20 June 2013 cost the region up to $43 million, a joint report has found
The Action Plan sets out the government’s strategic aims for intelligent transport systems in New Zealand.
The Ministry of Transport’s Annual Report 2012/13 was tabled in Parliament last month.
The government has announced what is being billed as the most significant reform of New Zealand’s workplace health and safety system in 20 years.
The Prime Minister has announced plans to kick-start the next generation of major Auckland transport projects.
The Ministry of Transport has begun to publish a headline transport indicators page on its website that provides key information on the transport sector.
In total Vote Transport received $15.4 million gross new
funding over the next four years and $101 million in new
capital funding from the Future Investment Fund.