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Active Modes Infrastructure Group

The Active Modes Infrastructure Group (AMIG) is a working group that provides guidance and direction for the development of national guidelines for active mode infrastructure design and provides sector feedback on changes to legislative changes affecting active mode infrastructure. The Group consists of representatives from local authorities and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency.

The objectives of AMIG, as set in its Terms of Reference, are to:

  • Identify best practice and make this available to practitioners
  • develop and promote sector agreement
  • develop or steer development of guideline documents
  • promote consistent implementation of best practice regarding network optimisation in the context of active modes.

AMIG currently meets online once every two months, with one in-person meeting each year. 

If you have any queries or require more information about the Active Modes Infrastructure Group, contact

Key roles

Co-conveners: Wayne Newman (Cresmere Consulting) and Gerry Dance (Waka Kotahi)

Member organisations

The following organisations have one or more representatives in AMIG:

  • Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency
  • Transportation Group New Zealand
  • Auckland Transport
  • Christchurch City Council
  • Dunedin City Council
  • Far North District Council
  • Hamilton City Council
  • Hastings District Council
  • Hutt City Council
  • Napier City Council
  • Nelson City Council
  • New Plymouth District Council
  • Palmerston North City Council
  • Rotorua Lakes District Council
  • Tasman District Council
  • Taupō District Council
  • Tauranga City Council
  • Wellington City Council
  • Whangārei District Council 

Terms of reference

The purpose of these Terms of Reference is to specify the objectives, roles and responsibilities of the Active Modes Infrastructure Group.

Terms of reference [PDF, 112 KB]