We work with many other agencies and organisations, both in New Zealand and internationally, to meet New Zealanders’ daily transport needs.
In some cases, we invest together in the network. In others, our partners and stakeholders manage relationships with customers on our behalf.
While the relationships vary, they depend on us and we depend on them to get things done.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is one of a number of government agencies operating in the transport sector. Our role is to provide a vital link between government policy-making and the operation of the transport sector.
To provide the best possible services to our customers and stakeholders, we work very closely with:
our service delivery agents, who, through their 4000 outlets, support us to process motor vehicle and driver licensing transactions
transport committees, regional councils and territorial local authorities, which are responsible for implementing transport projects and other activities funded through the National Land Transport Programme
suppliers, including contractors and consultants
the New Zealand Police(external link), who we fund and work with to provide a range of road policing services
the Te Manatū Waka Ministry of Transport(external link), which is responsible for leading the development of strategic transport policy and monitoring performance of the sector’s Crown entities and industry groups
other central government and local government organisations.
We are involved in industry forums and groups, such as the Hawke’s Bay and Gisborne Heavy Transport Forum.
We actively participate in the international arena by contributing our expertise and keeping up with international best practice.
The main international road industry organisations we’re involved with are:
We receive a number of requests to host visits from groups based all over the world, interested in the New Zealand experience of working in the transport sector.
If you would like to enquire about making a visit, please contact us by emailing email@example.com.
Please consider the following when making an enquiry to visit: