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Research Report 591 Evaluation of the effectiveness of the NZ Transport Agency’s procurement policy

Published: | Category: Performance monitoring , Research programme , Research & reports | Audiences: Advice and assistance, General

This report presents the results of an independent evaluation undertaken by Allen and Clarke between January and July 2015 on the effectiveness of the NZ Transport Agency (the Transport Agency) procurement policy framework and its implementation by four road controlling authorities (RCAs) in physical works and professional services procurement.

Research Report 629 System dynamics investigation of freight flows, economic development and network performance

Published: | Category: Performance monitoring , Research programme , Research & reports | Audiences: General, Road traffic engineers & consultants

The purpose of this research was to investigate if and how systems dynamic (SD) modelling could be used for understanding traffic flows at an inter-regional (state highway) level, in the context of improving understanding of the relationship between economic activity, the demand for freight, and the performance of the rail and road network. We used the Auckland – Hamilton – Tauranga (AHT) triangle as a pilot case study.

Research Report 641 Developing a national measure for predictable public transport: bus, rail and ferry

Published: | Audiences: Rail participants, Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

The ability to reliably predict PT journey times is critical for network operators and transport authorities to measure, monitor and target improvements to the public transport (PT) network, with flow-on effects for customers.
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