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Following on from Research Note 009, published November 2022, results from an additional three months of research (August to October 2022) continue the previous patterns.
Young drivers aged 16 to 24 years old are over-represented in serious and fatal crashes in New Zealand.
The NZ Transport Agency sought to better understand how licensing point systems (LPSs) operate, including how different population groups respond to LPSs A literature review provided a theoretical background for understanding the functions of LPSs an…
This research developed a framework to enable roading authorities to understand the value of meeting the requirements of environmental legislation for roading improvement projects.
This study was carried out to get a better understanding of the interdependencies between transport and other infrastructure so that a more resilient transport network can be achieved.
This research was undertaken as currently the techniques and methodologies in the Economic Evaluation Manual relating to valuing resilience in transport appraisal are under-developed.
This project aimed to identify interventions outside of the traditional transport sector with spill-over effects on road safety and to inform future evaluations of road safety interventions on how to include road safety co-benefits in programme desig…
This research was commissioned to inform decision-makers about the social impacts of mode shift, and to enhance the likelihood that benefits will be equitably shared.
This research was undertaken to address a knowledge and data gap in transport economic analysis on the value of freight travel time and reliability.