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Te Manatū Waka – Ministry of Transport is solely responsible for the analysis and advice set out in this Regulatory Impact Statement, except as otherwise explicitly indicated. This analysis and advice have been produced to inform key (or in-principle) policy decisions to be taken by Cabinet.
This is the Regulatory Impact Statement which sets out the options that officials considered in providing advice to Cabinet.
This Cost Regulatory Impact Statement assesses options for the Railway Track User Charge, which provides funds for rail activities included in the Rail Network Investment Programme (RNIP). Revenue generated by the charge will flow into the National Land Transport Fund (NLTF).
The Ministry of Transport prepared this Regulatory Impact Statement in 2016. It analyses options to provide a regime to address risks to national security arising from civil aviation activities. This document accompanied the Cabinet paper Review of the Civil Aviation Act and Airport Authorities Act: Key Policy Decisions.
Regulatory Impact Statement to assess the options to accelerate demand for low emission vehicles. Proactively Released.
Regulatory impact assessment on extending the light electric vehicle road user charges exemption until 31 March 2024. Proactively released.
This Impact Summary was originally prepared to support policy decisions taken by Cabinet in
December 2019. The substantive updates included in this version are assessments of specific components of the overall regime agreed by Cabinet and are included as appendices to this Impact Summary. Proactively released.
The purpose of this Impact Summary is to assess options for increasing the rates of road user charges to fund the Government Policy Statement (GPS) on Land Transport 2018. Proactively released.
This proposal on Transport Instruments is a minor part of the Regulatory Systems (Transport) Amendments Bill, proposed for introduction in December 2019.
This Cost Recovery Impact Statement describes and identifies the estimated costs of providing the Transport Agency’s rail safety function, including providing additional resources for the function to enhance its capability and capacity.
Regulatory impact statement on enhanced drug driver testing.
Regulatory impact statement on strengthening the New Zealand Transport Agency’s regulatory capability and performance.
This paper summarizes the planning and funding framework for heavy rail in New Zealand.
Preliminary regulatory impact statement for the Accessible Streets Package.
This Regulatory Impact Statement presents a set of proposals that do not meet criteria for an Omnibus rule change but that also do not, taken individually, warrant the resources of a standard rule change process. Prepared by the Civil Aviation Authority and the Ministry of Transport.
This RIS proposes a number of amendments to the CARs to align New Zealand with the Standards and Recommended Practices contained in the annexes to the Convention on International Civil Aviation 1944. Prepared by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the Ministry of Transport.
This Regulatory Impact Statement has been prepared by the Civil Aviation Authority with input from Airways New Zealand.
This Regulatory Impact Statement provides an analysis of options to improve the regulatory framework for aircraft emergency location equipage requirements in New Zealand. Prepared by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Ministry of Transport.
Regulatory impact analysis on tackling unsafe speeds.