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This project aimed to develop analytical methods for assessing energy risks due to a peak and decline in global oil production.
This report provides practical guidance to central, regional, and local government agencies on how to manage the transport challenges associated with rising oil prices.
The integration of land use and transport is considered to be a key priority in delivering a sustainable transport system, yet its implementation remains problematic.
Over the last decade, the integration of land use and transport has gained increasing international attention.
This paper analyses the relationship between the multi-factor productivity of New Zealand businesses and the effective employment density of the areas where they operate.
This research draws on learning from New Zealand and other countries to meet the following research objectives: to assess the need for health impact assessment (HIA), in the context of the New Zealand Transport Strategy and relevant legislation to ev…
This report presents the findings of research investigating the opportunities and barriers to promoting sustainability in New Zealand’s rail system.
The objective of the research detailed in Transfund NZ research report 209 was to produce a comprehensive national database of information on trips and parking related to land use in New Zealand and to identify historic trends since the 1970s.
This research explores the potential for the ‘network-planning’ approach to the design of public transport to improve patronage of public transport services in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
In early 2008, Ian Wallis Associates, together with Pinnacle Research & Policy Ltd (Carolyn O’Fallon) and Transport Futures Consultancy (Don Wignall), were contracted by the NZ Transport Agency to develop regional targets for three of the six nat…