The Government and Auckland Council have released the Auckland Transport Alignment Project (ATAP) Recommended Strategic Approach.
This page features land specific articles.
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.
Associate Transport Minister Craig Foss has announced that alcohol interlock sentences will become mandatory for serious and repeat drink-drive offenders.
How do you rank safety, cost, travel time, reliability, environment and maintenance when you travel? Complete our survey and have your say.
The New Zealand Open Data community would like to see public transport, road assessment and crash analysis system (CAS) data made available in an open format.
The Associate Transport Minister has announced the preferred changes to the VDAM Rule, for New Zealand's heavy vehicle dimensions and mass limits.
As of 1 July 2016, ACC levies for petrol and diesel vehicles were reduced, and the diesel vs petrol charges calculator has been updated to reflect this.
Public submissions on the review are now available, as well as the Summary and Analysis of Submissions from the February 2016 consultation.
On 5 May 2016 the Government announced its Electric Vehicles Programme, which aims to increase the uptake of electric vehicles in New Zealand.
Associate Minister of Transport Craig Foss has released the final road toll for 2015 and the Overseas Drivers in Crashes report for 2000-2015.
The Government is changing the rules for small passenger services.
The Associate Transport Minister released a discussion document on 19 April 2016, proposing changes to the Driver Licensing system.
The Social Cost of Road Crashes and Injuries 2015 update has been released.
The Minister of Transport and Mayor of Auckland have released the Auckland Transport Alignment Project’s Foundation Report.
The Ministry of Transport is seeking feedback on a consultation paper about the future of small passenger services in New Zealand.
The Associate Transport Minister has released a discussion document, proposing changes to the VDAM Rule, for NZ’s heavy vehicle dimensions and mass limits.
Find out how the revenue collected from petrol excise duty, road user charges, and motor vehicle registration and licensing fees is divided.
From 1 July 2015 all new light passenger and goods vehicles certified for entry into New Zealand will be required to have electronic stability control (ESC).
New petrol excise duty (PED) and road user charges (RUC) from 1 July 2015.
The second stage evaluation of changes to the Road User Charges Act 2012 has been released, including a particular focus on light diesel vehicles.