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Chief executive's business expenses, gifts and hospitality disclosure

Published: | Category: CE's expenses , Corporate publications | Audience: General

The NZ Transport Agency publishes spreadsheets outlining the business expenses incurred by our chief executive officer, as well as any gifts or hospitality given or received over the value of $100.  

Rail safety statistics

Published: | Category: Nationwide statistics , Statistics & surveys | Audience: General

New Zealand rail safety statistics covering rail accident deaths and serious injuries, vehicle collisions, level crossing events, SPAD As (Signals Passed at Danger), derailments, and contextual indicators. Updated six-monthly. Related information:
Our role in rail safety

Land Transport Rule: Operator Licensing 2017

Published: | Category: Operator licensing , Land transport rules | Audience: General

This Rule sets out the requirements for obtaining and retaining a licence to operate a large passenger service, small passenger service, rental service, vehicle recovery service, or goods service. It also contains requirements that apply to transport service drivers and hirers of rental service vehicles. About the ruleThe rule is available in consolidated format (ie, a full, up-to-date, version of the rule including all its amendments) or as the original, unamended rule with separate amendment rules. Choose the option that best suits your needs from the list below. To access the consolidated version of the rule (available only in PDF format), click on ‘Consolidation’ below. The electronic versions of legislation on this website, and any legislation printed from the website:

have no official status

are made available for information only and should not be relied on as the authoritative text.

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) 2015–18

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: General

The National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) for 2015–18 contains all the land transport activities, including public transport, road maintenance and improvement, and walking and cycling activities, that the NZ Transport Agency (Transport Agency) anticipates funding over the next three years. Related information
2021–24 NLTP development
2018–21 National Land Transport Programme
Transport planning

Research Report 547 Fatigue design criteria for road bridges in New Zealand

Published: | Category: Activity management , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General

Road bridges are subjected to millions of cycles of heavy vehicle loading over their design lives, and the introduction of higher vehicle mass limits on New Zealand roads will significantly increase the rates of fatigue damage in bridge superstructures. The NZ Transport Agency's Bridge manual has relied on British and Australian standards for fatigue design criteria, and the aim of this project was to provide the basis for amended fatigue loadings based on New Zealand heavy vehicle characteristics, with allowances for forecast long-term growth in volumes and vehicle masses. The base fatigue loading was derived from analyses of effects on bridge spans of heavy vehicles recorded at weigh-in-motion sites between 2007 and 2011. The base fatigue loading was then adjusted for increases in legal vehicle masses permitted under a 2010 Land Transport Rule amendment (introducing HPMV – high productivity motor vehicles).

Accepted practical driving assessment locations for classes 2–5

Part of the ‘Statement of approval conditions’ resource.

Published: | Category: Guidance for specialists | Audience: General

Statement of approval conditions governing the delivery of NZ Transport Agency approved driver licensing courses.

Supply chain survey findings report

Published: | Category: Statistics & surveys | Audience: General

The Procurement centre of excellence at Waka Kotahi conducted a survey of the infrastructure supply chain to identify potential challenges and constraints in recommencing our physical works programme and returning to full maintenance operations as NZ moved from COVID-19 Alert Level 4 back down to some form of business as usual.  

We also want to understand what resource challenges may occur in coming months, and whether access to resources could inhibit an accelerated or expanded delivery programme.    

The report presented here contains our initial findings with all commercially sensitive data removed.   We have conducted follow up with some respondents where we sought to better understand how Waka Kotahi can best support industry.

National Land Transport Programme 2012–15 – at a glance

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: General

The National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) 2012–15 contains the land transport activities that the NZ Transport Agency anticipates funding over the next three years. This publication covers some of the highlights. Related information
2021–24 NLTP development
2018–21 National Land Transport Programme
Transport planning

National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) 2012–15

Published: | Category: National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) , Corporate publications | Audience: General

The National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) 2012–15 contains the land transport activities that the NZ Transport Agency anticipates funding over the next three years. This publication covers some of the highlights. Related information
2021–24 NLTP development
2018–21 National Land Transport Programme
Transport planning

Research Report 617 Transition from visual condition rating of cracking, shoving and ravelling to automatic data collection

Published: | Category: Activity management , Research & reports | Audiences: General, Road traffic engineers & consultants

Robust condition data feeding into asset management processes is a key step towards having confidence in long-term strategies for renewals and replacements. The manual condition rating system was originally developed as an input into the treatment selection algorithm; however, in later years the data has been used for pavement deterioration modelling and trend monitoring, which are outside the intended scope of the rating system. It was therefore not unexpected that both field inspectors and researchers highlighted shortcomings in the quality and repeatability of manually recorded data. Automated scanning technologies promise to overcome many of the issues associated with manual condition data collection. However, before a wide-spread adoption of the scanning technology is possible, research had to prove the accuracy of the measurements and determine the impact of new data items in the asset management processes.
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