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Guidelines for the safe siting of school bus stops

Published: | Category: Public transport , Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network , Guidance for specialists | Audiences: General, Road controlling authorities, Schools & teachers

A guide for schools, school bus operators and road controlling authorities for the safe siting of school bus stops.

Implementation of the Public Transport Operating Model update

Published: | Category: Public transport , Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network , Guidance for specialists | Audience: Local & regional government

This information sheet provides information to regions, operators and other stakeholders about the implementation of the Public Transport Operating Model. It is intended to provide information before legislation is finalised, NZ Transport Agency procurement rules are updated and formal guidance is produced.

Advanced bus solution: final report

Published: | Category: Public transport , Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network , Guidance for specialists , Research & reports | Audiences: Communities, General, Local & regional government, Road traffic engineers & consultants

The objective of the ‘Advanced Bus Solution’ (ABS) study was to provide the details of a preferred advanced bus solution for central access and city to / from the Airport that provides the opportunity for a step change in current service levels:

the Advanced Bus Solution utilises new and emerging technologies
it has been outlined to sufficient detail to enable comparisons with other modes at the Programme Business Case / Indicative Business Case level
The study comprised six modules of work over an 11week period (October – December 2016):

Review of evaluation criteria and establishment of cost benefit analysis methodology
Review of current bus solution
Assessment of advanced bus initiatives
Advanced bus option development
Advanced bus option selection (based on costbenefit and multicriteria analysis)
Definition of preferred ‘Advanced Bus Solution(s)’
The project was undertaken by L. E. K.

National farebox recovery policy

Published: | Category: Public transport , Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network , Guidance for specialists | Audience: Local & regional government

The National farebox recovery policy which was introduced in 2010, included a target to achieve a national farebox recovery ratio of no less than 50% over the course of the next two National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) cycles – that is, to the end of the 2015-18 NLTP.   This means the initial target has not applied since mid-2018.  

While at this stage the Transport Agency is not proposing to introduce a new target, the underlying principles of the current policy still apply when developing regional fare policies:

fare policies should be consistent with the wider objectives in Regional Public Transport Plans and contribute to the government’s transport priorities
fares play an important role in helping cover the cost of public transport within available budgets
farebox recovery is one component to consider when planning fare revenue and reviewing fare levels, but should not be the only measure considered.
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