The NZ Transport Agency's annual report for the year ended 30 June 2010 is now available online.
The report, available at at www.nzta.govt.nz/resources/annual-report-nzta/docs/nzta-annual-report-2010.pdf(external link), highlights improvements to public transport, new plans for managing $25 billion worth of state highways, a new approach to road safety and the commencement of work to complete all seven Roads of National Significance projects among other achievements over the past year.
The report covers the first full year of the agency's operations since the NZTA was established in August 2008.
NZTA Chief Executive Geoff Dangerfield says the 2009/10 annual report provides an overview of the agency's achievements over the past year, and outlines how the NZTA is working to build a better land transport system for all New Zealanders.
“Were still a relatively young organisation and there are many challenges ahead, but I am proud of the progress we've made in building our capability, delivering on our strategic priorities and building a safer and more efficient transport system in a relatively short space of time,” Mr Dangerfield said.
During the 12 months covered by the annual report the NZTA has:
"These achievements are all aimed at the single purpose of improving transport for people across New Zealand. We're looking forward to the challenges and opportunities ahead as we continue to work towards that goal with the help of our contractors, agents and partners," Mr Dangerfield said.