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Find out about the main issues relating to keeping safe and watch our advertising.
Safety features to look for when buying a vehicle and check out our related advertising campaigns.
Teachers can use this free, open access website to find a broad collection of curriculum-based rich learning activities for ages 5-18 designed around authentic contexts and citizenship.
Learn all about our advertising – how it works and why we focus on certain areas and target specific people.
We are committed to delivering a safe road system increasingly free of death and serious injury.
Tips to help your children stay safe when walking and when travelling on buses, trains and other forms of transport.
Resources for local government, engineers and planners, who are vital partners in developing a safe road system.
The NZ Transport Agency has primary regulatory responsibility for rail safety in New Zealand. The Rail Safety team has a critical regulatory role in assuring stakeholders and the public that the country's rail networks are being managed safely.
The NZ Transport Agency is leading the way in creating environments where more people walk, cycle and use public transport and other shared transport options, to support vibrant communities which everyone can access. People need to feel safe and comfortable when walking and cycling so here are some resources to help.
Effective road safety hardware such as permanent and temporary barrier systems, frangible lighting columns and breakaway devices are used to provide forgiving roads and roadsides.
The NZ Transport Agency, along with GO Rentals and HMI Technologies, is running a safety trial using real time messaging through bluetooth technology to visiting drivers.
We are taking a new approach to speed management in New Zealand.
We want to lead health, safety and wellbeing practices and performance in New Zealand by setting standards and doing things that will make a difference to our people’s lives.
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