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Value for money stories

Published: | Category: People and processes , Presentations | Audience: General

A series of Powerpoint slides contributed from across the NZ Transport Agency describing examples of value for money.

Research Report 625 Use of technology to measure and improve freight movements

Published: | Category: Environmental impacts of land transport , Publication Category , Research programme , Presentations , Research & reports

The advance of technology has created several rich sources of data to analyse road network performance and freight patterns. New technology is also driving intelligent transport systems (ITS) designed to improve transport operations. This research used Auckland as a case study to explore how existing and real-time data sources could be used to manage network performance and improve journey predictability for urban freight using ITS solutions. Drawing on previous research and a wide range of international literature and case studies, the report presents an overview of the role of ITS and the innovative ways technology is being applied to measure congestion and manage infrastructure more effectively. Extensive industry stakeholder engagement revealed a high level of frustration and urgency to find solutions to improve network efficiency and an acknowledgement of the role of technology alongside infrastructure and regulatory measures to support efficient urban freight movement.

Give way rule posters and presentation

Published: | Category: Presentations | Audience: General

These posters and presentation will help you understand the two changes to the give way rules that come into force at 5am on Sunday 25 March. The two poster is provided in A3 and A4 sizes. This presentation is in PowerPoint format and runs through the two new changes, and what give way rules are staying the same. There is further information on the notes pages.