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Research Report 720 Determining the carbon footprint of land transport infrastructure in New Zealand

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Category: Environmental sustainability , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General

Land transport infrastructure has been identified as a major contributor to climate change through the carbon emissions generated from the infrastructure itself (upfront construction emissions and maintenance emissions) and the use of it (operational…

Public attitudes to road safety

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Category: Research & reports , Statistics & surveys | Audiences: Local & regional government, Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

A survey report showing public attitudes to road safety issues and behaviours to help decision makers understand public feedback.

Research Report 663 The New Zealand public’s readiness for connected- and autonomous-vehicles (including driverless), car and ridesharing schemes and the social impacts of these

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Category: Inclusive access , Research programme , Research & reports | Audiences: Electric vehicle motorists, General, Motorists

This research was commissioned to provide Waka Kotahi and the Ministry of Transport with information about the New Zealand public’s readiness to adopt four key mobility changes: autonomous vehicles, connected vehicle technology, car sharing, and ride…

Research Report 718 – Zero emission bus economics study – April 2024

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Category: Environmental sustainability , Research & reports | Audience: General

Zero emission bus economics study Description: This research created a tool that allows Public Transport Authorities (PTAs) and NZTA to weigh the costs and benefits of different bus technologies available for decarbonisation, and the cost and benefit…

Research Report 674 Mode shift to micromobility

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Category: Inclusive access , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General

The performance of the transport network can be improved by anticipating the impacts of new micro-mobility technologies and how the introduction of new modes may be managed to optimise benefits.

New Zealand trauma system review

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Category: Guidance for specialists , Research & reports | Audiences: Local & regional government, Medical practitioners, Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants

This report is a result of a review that the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons undertook of New Zealand’s trauma system.