Ministry of Transport officials visited Kaikoura recently to see the progress on the roads and railway network first hand.
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Announcements by Minister Bridges and Associate Minister Collins signal more progress towards a future with more EVs on New Zealand's roads.
The Ministry of Transport has been leading a programme of work to respond to the Kaikoura earthquake.
The third evaluation of the new road user charges system has been completed.
Following the earthquake on 14 November, our Wellington office is closed until further notice.
The NZ Transport Agency has published the first of a series of guidelines for public electric vehicle charging facilities.
The Government and Auckland Council have released the Auckland Transport Alignment Project (ATAP) Recommended Strategic Approach.
The Government and Auckland Council have signed a Heads of Agreement, under which the Government will fund 50 percent of Auckland's City Rail Link.
The Land Transport Amendment Bill was introduced to Parliament on 12 September 2016. The Bill aims to promote the efficiency, effectiveness, and safety of the land transport system.
In 2016 New Zealand will host the largest number of events outside of the US for International Drive Electric Week.