The Action Plan sets out the government’s strategic aims for intelligent transport systems in New Zealand.
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The Ministry of Transport’s Annual Report 2012/13 was tabled in Parliament last month.
The government has announced what is being billed as the most significant reform of New Zealand’s workplace health and safety system in 20 years.
The Prime Minister has announced plans to kick-start the next generation of major Auckland transport projects.
The Ministry of Transport has begun to publish a headline transport indicators page on its website that provides key information on the transport sector.
In total Vote Transport received $15.4 million gross new
funding over the next four years and $101 million in new
capital funding from the Future Investment Fund.
The Ministry of Transport has released its briefing to the incoming Minister of Transport, Hon Gerry Brownlee.
In August 2011, the then Minister of Transport, Hon
Steven Joyce announced the release of Connecting New
Zealand: a summary of the government’s policy direction
The second National Infrastructure Plan was released on Monday 4 July 2011. The Plan outlines the government’s 20 year vision for New Zealand’s infrastructure.
For all updates on the Christchurch recovery, please visit
the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority website.