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15 Dec 2016 09:00 am
| NZ Transport Agency
Season’s greetings to you all
The main freight connection between Auckland and Northland is set to be strengthened with work starting on the Puhoi to Warkworth Project.
A month on from the Kaikoura Earthquake the freight industry is now well used to the additional travel time between Picton and Christchurch.
The Transport Agency and KiwiRail have started work to trial a new approach to safety on rail level crossings.
In August 2015 the NZ Transport Agency introduced a safety check when assessing all high productivity motor vehicle (HPMV) permit applications, including over length and 50MAX.
The Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Dimensions and Mass 2016 will come into effect on 1 February 2017.
19 Oct 2016 09:00 am
It doesn’t happen very often, if at all, that we celebrate the closing of a road, but that’s exactly what we did last month in a ceremony to mark the restoration of the historic Rangiriri Paa.
A third year student majoring in archaeology and Te Reo Māori has been announced as the first recipient of a NZ Transport Agency and Waikato-Tainui scholarship.
18 Oct 2016 09:00 am
Another major milestone for the 50MAX programme
The Auckland Transport Alignment Project (ATAP) has acknowledged the importance of moving freight in planning for the transport needs of our biggest city.
Two major transport industry conferences are coming to the Bay of Plenty area in the next two months.
In New Zealand there are approximately 2,600 rail level crossings including public roads, footpaths, cycle paths and private access ways.
A nationwide series of workshops on preventing truck rollover has been a runaway success, with huge demand meaning the workshops will continue into 2017.
The NZ Transport Agency’s Weigh Right Trial will start in November at Glasnevin weigh station in North Canterbury.
18 Aug 2016 09:00 am
A project is underway to identify New Zealand’s busiest level crossings and seeing how they can be made safer and more efficient.
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