Public consultation opens today on an Interim State Highway Speed Management Plan being developed by Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, aimed at making New Zealand’s highways safer for everyone who uses them
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is encouraging people to make use of its Holiday Journey Planner tool to plan ahead to avoid traffic delays and have more time to enjoy the fruits of their Labour (weekend) with safer, more enjoyable travel this long weekend.
Thirteen councils across Aotearoa, New Zealand will receive new funding to implement accelerated street change projects for walking and cycling as part of the Waka Kotahi Streets for People programme 2021-24.
Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency has issued a safety alert for owners and drivers of vehicles fitted with cardan shaft park brakes to raise awareness of the limitations of the brake mechanism, including the potential risks of parking on slopes.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has announced the appointment of FCB New Zealand as their strategic creative agency and MBM as their strategic media agency. Working with Waka Kotahi they will develop and deliver New Zealand’s national road safety advertising programme.
Waka Kotahi is urging people to prepare for the likelihood of road closures and to consider delaying non-essential travel in parts of the country being affected by severe weather from tropical Cyclone Dovi.