Closed activities

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  • Long-term Insights Briefing: The impact of automated vehicles operating on Aotearoa New Zealand roads

    Long-term Insights Briefings (LTIB) are future focussed documents that are intended to provide greater visibility of future challenges and opportunities that may affect New Zealand and New Zealand society. They provide government agencies an opportunity to think beyond their day-to-day business and consider those issues that do not often get priority but have important implications for the future of their organisations. Each agency is required to develop a LTIB at least once... More
    Closed 27 May 2022
  • New Zealand freight and supply chain issues paper | Te rautaki ueā me te rautaki whakawhiwhinga o Aotearoa

    Note: we have extended the consultation period by two weeks in response to a number of requests. Thank you to those who have already submitted feedback which we are now reviewing. New Zealand’s freight and supply chain system is facing some big changes over the next 30 years with challenges to our resilience, decarbonisation, productivity, and broader wellbeing. We will need to take a strategic approach to prepare our supply chain for the future . Te... More
    Closed 24 June 2022
  • Maritime Proposals - Te Whakahounga o Te Pire Tiaki Ture (Tūnuku) | Regulatory Systems (Transport) Amendment Bill

    Te Manatū Waka – the Ministry of Transport (the Ministry ) is the Government’s system lead for transport. We provide advice to Government on transport issues and then help implement their decisions. We have a key leadership role in the stewardship of the transport regulatory system, in partnership with Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, Maritime New Zealand, the Civil Aviation Authority and the Transport Accident Investigation Commission (“the transport regulatory... More
    Closed 1 July 2022
  • Land proposals - Te Whakahounga o Te Pire Tiaki Ture (Tūnuku) | Regulatory Systems (Transport) Amendment Bill

    Te Manatū Waka – the Ministry of Transport (the Ministry ) is the Government’s system lead for transport. We provide advice to Government on transport issues and then help implement their decisions. We have a key leadership role in the stewardship of the transport regulatory system, in partnership with Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, Maritime New Zealand, the Civil Aviation Authority and the Transport Accident Investigation Commission (“the transport regulatory... More
    Closed 1 July 2022
  • Reshaping Streets Regulatory Changes

    The Minister of Transport is proposing changes to legislation to make it easier for local authorities (like councils) to make street changes that support public transport, active travel and placemaking. These proposals would enable local authorities to make street changes more efficiently and provide new ways for communities to be involved in changes that affect them. The proposed regulatory changes include: a new ‘Street Layouts’ land transport rule for... More
    Closed 19 September 2022
  • Charging Our Future

    In May 2022, the Government released Aotearoa New Zealand’s first emissions reduction plan. The plan sets out how Aotearoa New Zealand will meet the first emissions budget for 2022–25 and put us on track to meet future emissions budgets. Transport is one of our largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions and is responsible for 17 per cent of Aotearoa New Zealand’s gross emissions and 39 per cent of total domestic CO 2 emissions. The Emissions Reduction Plan... More
    Closed 11 May 2023
  • Consultation on Euro 6/VI vehicle emissions standards

    Whakahoutanga kua Tāpaetia ki te Ture Kawenga Whenua: Tukuwaro Hau Kino Waka 2007 The proposed changes to the Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Exhaust Emissions 2007 – the ‘Vehicle Exhaust Emissions Amendment Rule’ (the Amendment Rule) will reduce emissions from motor vehicles that cause significant harm to our health. The proposed changes to the Amendment Rule set out the lead in times for bringing in a stronger vehicle emissions standard. The aim of this consultation is... More
    Closed 22 June 2023
  • Proposed changes to parking requirements in the Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004

    Te Manatū Waka – our role in transport Transport is about freedom of movement. It touches everyone’s lives and is fundamental to our wellbeing and everyday life. It connects people to family, employment, education, and recreation. It moves goods and people; critical to the strength of the economy. Transport also connects people to important places or sites. This can include places linked to iwi and hapū identity, like marae or tūrangawaewae (a place of... More
    Closed 13 July 2023
  • Draft Government Policy Statement on land transport 2024 Consultation

    We’re seeking your feedback on the draft Government Policy Statement on land transport 2024 (GPS 2024). The GPS is the Government’s strategy for investing in the land transport system. It outlines what the Government wants to achieve in land transport, and how it expects funding from the National Land Transport Fund (NLTF) to be allocated between types of activities (for example, roading, public transport and road safety) across the land transport system. ... More
    Closed 15 September 2023
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