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We use social media to communicate and engage with New Zealanders about transport policy and related issues.
Ministry of Transport New Zealand (Facebook) (external link)
Ministry of Transport New Zealand (Twitter)(external link)
Ministry of Transport New Zealand (LinkedIn)(external link)
Our followers can expect to receive regular updates including:
We may follow/like organisations and individuals that are relevant to our organisation. This does not imply endorsement or guarantee the accuracy of their information.
We reserve the right to remove content that:
Our social media accounts are monitored Monday to Friday 8.30am–5pm. We will respond to private messages, as soon as we can, during business hours.
While we will attempt to answer all questions, we cannot enter into any discussion related to politics. We will review replies and comments made to us, and pass any emerging themes or helpful suggestions to the relevant people in the Ministry of Transport. However, we may choose not to reply to irrelevant or offensive questions and statements.
We may choose to retweet, repost, mention or post information by other organisations and/or individuals for the interest and information of our followers. However, we do not endorse or guarantee the accuracy of this information.
Email email@example.com if you have any questions or comments.
The contents of our social media accounts are intended for informational purposes only. The Ministry of Transport shall in no event accept any liability for loss or damage suffered by any person or body due to information provided on these sites or linked sites.
The information on our social media channels and all government websites is provided on the basis that persons accessing the website undertake responsibility for assessing the relevance and accuracy of its content.