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Release of proactive release of Hīkina te kohupara – kia mauri ora ai te iwi - Transport Emissions - Pathways to Net Zero by 2050 Cabinet Paper. Proactively released.
This paper provides an update on further decisions taken and being considered by the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Transport since Cabinet’s approval of the revised New Zealand Upgrade
Cabinet paper seeking approval from the Cabinet Legislation Committee to introduce the Land Transport (Clean Vehicles) Amendment Bill
This paper sought Cabinet’s agreement to revoke the time-limited licence policy and sought agreement for consultation to be undertaken.
On 5 August 2021, Cabinet agreed that the Civil Aviation Bill would be introduced to the House of Representatives. This paper outlines the key proposals and decisions that are reflected in the Bill.
This paper sought Cabinet agreement for new policy proposals to be included in the Civil Aviation Bill, including a new regime for airport operators and updated aviation security provisions.
This paper sought Cabinet’s approval to carry out targeted consultation with industry stakeholders on a proposed airport licensing regime. Following consultation, this proposal was refined and the final proposal is outlined in the paper Civil Aviation Bill: New Policy Proposals.
This paper sought Cabinet approval for new powers to intervene in relation to unlawfully operated drones, and other minor policy proposals for inclusion in the Civil Aviation Bill.
This paper seeks agreement to refresh the principles for engagement for New Zealand’s participation in the development of measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping.
This paper seeks Cabinet’s approval to introduce the Maritime Transport (MARPOL Annex VI) Amendment Bill (the Bill) to the House.
This paper seeks outstanding decisions on the Clean Car Discount. Proactively Released.
Paper seeking agreement to the high level design of the Clean Car Discount, and to progress its legislation. Proactively Released.
This paper seeks Cabinet’s in-principle agreement to extend the exemption from Road User Charges (RUC) for light electric vehicles (EVs) from the current end date of 31 December 2021 until 31 March 2024. Proactively released.