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Road assets – Gore district

Published: | Category: Southland Region , Road assets , Research & reports | Audience: Local & regional government

Statistics, works completed, trends in condition, use and costs for roads - compiled annually by NZ Transport Agency using data received from each territorial authority in New Zealand.

Road safety data – Carterton district

Published: | Category: Wellington Region , Research & reports , Road safety data | Audience: Local & regional government

A comprehensive compilation of road safety crash and casualty data in this area.

Road safety data – Western Bay of Plenty district

Published: | Category: Bay of Plenty Region , Research & reports , Road safety data | Audience: Local & regional government

A comprehensive compilation of road safety crash and casualty data in the Western Bay of Plenty area.

Road safety issues – Hamilton area 2003–05

Published: | Category: Waikato Region , Road safety issues , Research & reports | Audience: Local & regional government

An assessment of the key road safety issues in the Waikato region - used for targeting actions to reduce casualties.

Road safety issues – Transit West Whanganui region 2003–05

Published: | Category: Manawatu/ Whanganui Region , Road safety issues , Research & reports | Audience: Local & regional government

An assessment of the key road safety issues in the Whanganui region - used for targeting actions to reduce casualties.

MacKays to Peka Peka Expressway urban and landscape framework

Published: | Category: Research & reports | Audience: Communities

The urban and landscape design framework (ULDF) is a technical report prepared to demonstrate how the MacKays to Peka Peka Expressway project fulfils the NZ Transport Agency's urban design requirements.

Research Report 344 Personal security in public transport travel in NZ: problems issues and solutions

Published: | Category: Safety, security and public health , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General

This research project explores concerns about personal security by users of public transport. The findings from an international literature review are used, and the concerns of public transport users in three New Zealand cities (Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch) that have significant public transport patronage streams are explored. Personal security concerns were found to discourage existing patrons from using public transport, and more so after dark. A number of security measures preferred by patrons are outlined. However, the project also found that only a small proportion of patrons actually noticed the presence of security measures that had been installed.

Research report 401 Rationalisation of the structural capacity definition and quantification of roads based on falling weight deflectometer tests

Published: | Category: Activity management , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General

Pavement performance modelling for New Zealand roading networks, currently relies on an adjusted structural number (SNP) which is a single parameter intended to describe the performance of a multi-layered pavement structure in terms of its rate of deterioration with respect to all structural distress modes, as well as non-structural modes. This parameter had its origin in the AASHO road test in the late 1950s, before the advent of analytical methods. Hence refinement to keep abreast of current practice in pavement engineering is overdue. This research describes the basis for a new set of structural indices and how these can be used to obtain improved prediction of pavement performance: both at network level and for project level rehabilitation of individual roads. The results are (i) effective use of all the data contained in RAMM, (ii) more reliable assignment of network forward work programmes, (iii) reduced cost through targeting only those sections...

Research Report 517 Use of roadside barriers versus clear zones

Published: | Category: Safety, security and public health , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General

This report summarises research carried out in 2011–12 to quantify the effects of roadside barriers and clear zones on mitigation of run-off-road crash numbers and crash severity for New Zealand road and roadside characteristics through statistical and computer simulation modelling. The purpose of the research was to provide practitioners with information that would allow them to make safe, more appropriate and cost-effective treatments for specific conditions.

Road safety - crashes - comparison of all territorial authorities - tables

Published: | Category: Research & reports , Road safety: crashes & casualties | Audience: Local & regional government

A comparison of road crash statistics between all territorial authorities in New Zealand.
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