On Wednesday 14 November 2018, The Ministry of Transport and the Transport Knowledge Hub held the 1st Transport Research Colloquium in Wellington.
The purpose of the Transport Research Colloquium is to connect research and policy communities by providing an opportunity to meet and share insights on transport topics of contemporary importance to New Zealand.
The half-day pre-Transport Knowledge conference event included a number of presentations, world café, and discussion sessions, through which topics including: the current focus and work of the Ministry, the role of the Chief Science Advisor for Transport, research topics and themes – including the refresh of the Ministry of Transport’s research strategy, and mechanisms of support for research, were discussed in a collaborative way.
Representatives from the Ministry of Transport (MoT), the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA), the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), the Royal Society Te Apārangi, and other organisations attended to build networks between the various organisations and participants.
Below is a list of PDF presentations from the Colloquium.
A new approach - NZTA Research Programme [PDF, 796 KB] - Dr Carolina Lukkien, NZ Transport Agency
Health impacts of transport modelling scenarios [PDF, 807 KB] - Dr Anja Mizdrak, University of Otago, Wellington
Lincoln University Research [PDF, 2.6 MB] - Prof. Jillian Frater, Lincoln University
Overview of MBIE funds [PDF, 671 KB] – Sarah McDermott, MBIE
Simon Says - the role of the Chief Science Advisor [PDF, 1.1 MB] - Prof. Simon Kingham, Chief Science Adviser, Ministry of Transport
Some transport research at VUW and the Centre for Sustainable Cities [PDF, 1.7 MB] - Prof. Ralph Chapman, Victoria University of Wellington
Transport Outcomes Framework [PDF, 1.4 MB] - John Edwards, Ministry of Transport
Transport Research Group University of Waikato [PDF, 1.4 MB] - Prof. Nicole Starkey, University of Waikato
Transportation Research at University of Auckland [PDF, 3.8 MB] - Dr Doug Wilson, University of Auckland
Unmasking transport governance [PDF, 928 KB] - Tim Herbert, Ministry of Transport