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Road Controlling Authority reports

REG has developed Road Controlling Authority reports to help decision-makers understand transport value using metrics, ratings and scores on service performance and outcomes.

A majority of the data presented in each RCA report is already available in various places across the sector – but is not easily accessible or easy to understand. Each of the 67 RCA reports make local results and comparable evidence available in two-pages.

Publishing the RCA reports should lead to delivering better value in the transport sector. These reports provide a national, objective picture of transport investment and performance in a single resource. RCA reports present clear and comparable data on value, and enable peer-to-peer comparisons and understanding of sector performance.

Performance results and evidence in each report are segmented into a headlines summary and eleven separate ‘zones’ – including Co-investor Assurance and Service Performance.

Quick reference guide to zones in the RCA Report [PDF, 519 KB]

Enhanced reports

We published RCA reports for the first time in June 2020 using 2018/19 results and evidence. Publication of reports in February 2021 present transport sector data for the 2019/20 year. 

The 2019/20 reports have been enhanced based on user feedback and the availability of new data.

Key changes include:

  1. Reduced dominance of the Activity Management and Co-Investor Assurance results on page one
  2. Consolidation of the various crash/safety results into a single Safety zone
  3. Separation of the Delivery and Achievements zone
  4. Revised Achievements zone that includes Works Completed and Road Condition
  5. Revised Delivery zone focused on Expenditure
  6. Rationalisation of the info reported in the Territorial Activity zone
  7. A Headline result for each zone
  8. Public Transport results at Serviced Community level rather than Region and Serviced Population charts
  9. General chart enhancements - comparison against the distribution of national results (25th-75th percentiles)
  10. New Network Availability and Accessibility zone

Information guide: Key content changes explained [PDF, 2 MB]

Information guide: How results are presented and information sources [PDF, 922 KB]

 

Northland

Auckland

Waikato

  • Taupō District Council

    Taupō District Council is considered as a Provincial Centre network. The transport system consists of 547 km of rural,248 km of urban roads and 1 km of Special Purpose Roads – including 740 km of sealed road, and 56 km of unsealed road. Information about  71 bridges, as well as cycleways and footpaths are featured in this report. The transport system assets are valued at $365 million.

    2019/20 report [PDF, 922 KB]

    2018/19 report [PDF, 1.1 MB]

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Bay of Plenty

Gisborne

Hawke’s Bay

Taranaki

Whanganui/Manawatū

Wellington

Nelson/Marlborough

  • Tasman District Council

    Tasman District Council is considered as a Provincial Centre network. The transport system consists of 1,504 km of rural,253 km of urban roads and 12 km of Special Purpose Roads – including 995 km of sealed road, and 774 km of unsealed road. Information about 519 bridges, as well as cycleways and footpaths are featured in this report. The transport system assets are valued at $656 million.

    2019/20 report [PDF, 954 KB]

    2018/19 report [PDF, 994 KB]

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Canterbury

West Coast

  • Buller District Council

    Buller District Council is considered as a Provincial Centre network. The transport system consists of 441 km of rural, 103 km of urban roads and 62 km of Special Purpose Roads – including 321 km of sealed road, and 285 km of unsealed road. Information about 125 bridges, as well as cycleways and footpaths are featured in this report. The transport system assets are valued at $253 million.

    2019/20 report [PDF, 928 KB]

    2018/19 report [PDF, 997 KB]

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Otago

  • Clutha District Council

    Clutha District Council is considered as a Rural District network. The transport system consists of 2,726 km of rural, 141 km of urban roads and 33 km of Special Purpose Roads – including 847 km of sealed road, and 2,052 km of unsealed road. Information about 360 bridges, as well as cycleways and footpaths are featured in this report. The transport system assets are valued at $924 million.

    2019/20 report [PDF, 930 KB]

    2018/19 report [PDF, 996 KB]

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Southland

  • Southland District Council

    Southland District Council is considered as a Rural District network. The transport system consists of 4,703 km of rural, 251 km of urban roads and 16 km of Special Purpose Roads – including 1,991 km of sealed road, and 2,978 km of unsealed road. Information about 1,071 bridges, as well as cycleways and footpaths are featured in this report. The transport system assets are valued at $1,369 million.

    2019/20 report [PDF, 940 KB]

    2018/19 report [PDF, 993 KB]

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Chatham Islands

Northland

Auckland

Waikato

Bay of Plenty

Gisborne

Hawke’s Bay

Taranaki

Whanganui/Manawatū

Wellington

Nelson/Marlborough

Canterbury

West Coast

Otago

Southland

Chatham Island