This work examines and summarises the New Zealand transport system in one place.
This document provides an overview of roles and responsibilities of Crown entity boards, Ministers and the Ministry of Transport as well as how Crown entity performance oversight works in the transport sector.
This report, prepared by the Ministry of Transport and the NZ Transport Agency, investigates the accessibility of public transport for those with a disability.
The Four Year Plan sets out the Ministry’s assessment of the transport portfolio for the next four years. This includes what the Ministry will do through its policy and sector leadership roles to achieve its purpose and ensure the sector agencies deliver over the period of the Plan.
This Regulatory Impact Statement, prepared by the NZ Transport Agency (Transport Agency) and the Ministry of Transport, provides an analysis of the issue and proposal to address the current low penalty associated with breaching bylaws that restrict or prohibit the carriage of dangerous goods on high risk routes.
This Regulatory Impact Statement, prepared by the Ministry of Transport, provides an analysis of options to revise fees and the maritime levy administered by Maritime NZ.
In 2015, the New Zealand Airports Association and the Ministry of Transport commissioned the Future Domestic Airports Network Analysis to provide a better understanding of the domestic air transport network, airport network and forecast changes that will affect the networks.
This Regulatory Impact Statement, prepared by the Ministry of Transport and the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), provides an analysis of options to implement a risk-based approach to aviation safety regulation.
The Ministry has recently released the Transport Domain Plan and the Transport Research Strategy.
New Zealand’s regulations governing offshore petroleum exploration and production aim to minimise safety and ecological risks, reduce negative effects on the environment, and ensure operators are able to meet the costs of their proposed activities and their legal obligations.
Following consultation on options to improve the financial security regime, the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment have now released a draft Rule amendment to Marine Protection Rule Part 102, and invite feedback from interested people and organisations. Submissions on this draft Rule close on Wednesday 2 August 2017.
The Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment released a discussion document on 19 December 2016, inviting feedback from interested people and organisations.
Submissions closed at 5pm, 20 February 2017
On 12 September, the Land Transport Amendment Bill (the Bill) was introduced to Parliament. Before making any changes, Ministers want to undertake further consultation on two issues required for implementation of the new regulatory system:
Submissions closed at 5.00pm on Friday 3 February 2017.
The Bill was introduced to Parliament on 16 November 2016. It amends the Maritime Transport Act 1994, which provides the regulatory framework for New Zealand’s maritime transport sector.
Submissions closed on 1 February 2017
The Vehicle Dimensions and Mass Rule 2016 consultation is now closed. The new Rule includes proposed amendments to increase some axle and gross mass limits and dimension limits for heavy vehicles.
Submissions closed at 5.00pm on Friday 12 August 2016.
The Ministry sought submissions on an authorisation application received from Air New Zealand and United Airlines.
Air New Zealand and United Airlines have submitted an application for authorisation of a Side Agreement to the Alliance Expansion Agreement previously entered into between the applicants and authorised by the Ministry of Transport in 2002.
If authorised, the Side Agreement would remove Carve-outs in the 2002 authorisation that prevent price co-ordination between the applicants on certain New Zealand to Los Angeles point-of-sale fares.
Submissions closed at 5.00pm on Friday 5 August 2016.
Reducing the risks of alcohol- and drug-related impairment in aviation, maritime and rail decisions announced – 26 January 2015
Cabinet confirmed changes to the aviation and maritime sectors to ensure operators are appropriately managing the risks of drug and alcohol impairment.
Reforms to the Vehicle Licensing systems will save New Zealanders time and money while keeping roads and vehicles safe.
Cabinet confirmed a new International Air Transport Policy statement on 30 August 2012 aimed at growing the economy providing New Zealanders with better access to the world and facilitating increased trade in good and services
The government has confirmed that from 1 August 2011 all taxis operating in our larger centres will be fitted with security cameras in a move designed to enhance the safety of both taxi drivers and their passengers.
Following public consultation in 2009, the government released its new ten year road safety strategy called Safer Journeys in March 2010. It aims to reduce the number of people killed and injured on our roads over the next decade.
|2014 road toll||293|
|2015 road toll||319|
|2016 road toll||328|
|12 months to 27 July 2017||357|
|1 January to 27 July 2017||214|
|1 January to 27 July 2016||185|