28 Nov: 1108 | The NZ Transport Agency has released plans for short-term safety improvements to SH1 Cambridge to Piarere, SH2 Pokeno to Mangatarata and SH29 Piarere to Tauriko, as well as planning for future upgrades.
Aucklanders will soon be able to have their say on a series of projects aiming to improve access and travel choices, connect communities and support growth in the south west and south east of Auckland including Auckland Airport.
The NZ Transport Agency has set up a new, independently monitored 0800 number for industry workers or members of the public to provide information or raise concerns with vehicle certification work or other compliance issues.
There’s still time for fleet operators and suppliers to book onto the next professional development forum from the Australasian Fleet Managers Association (AfMA). AfMA is partnering with Brake, the road safety charity on this forum, to focus on safety and technology.
The Wairarapa rail line will undergo a significant upgrade after the New Zealand Transport Agency Board approved a $96 million investment which will help grow the region’s economy and boost tourism, Transport Minister Phil Twyford announced today.
This essay is by tireless Christchurch based housing and urban advocate Brendon Harre showing that electric battery trams/trains have a surprisingly long history in New Zealand and could be successfully again.