Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter says a report outlining the social cost of road crashes highlights the enormous impact death and serious injury have on New Zealand and New Zealanders.
If you thought New Zealand’s roads were becoming more congested you’d be right – more than 300,000 light vehicles took to the roads last year.
Motorists will soon be able to travel up to 110 kilometres per hour on some of New Zealand’s key expressways.
A new interchange and trench on State Highway 20A that will make journeys between Auckland Airport and the city safer and more reliable was officially opened 18 August.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges has released a joint report by the Government and Auckland Council, which updates work undertaken as part of the Auckland Transport Alignment Proje...
A major slip clearance milestone has been achieved with work crews now able to access the entire coastal corridor north of Kaikoura for the first time since the November 2016 earthquake.
Operators of electric vehicles (EVs) are set to benefit from rule changes that will see heavy electric vehicles exempt from road user charges and potentially allow drivers of elect...
KiwiRail has linked up the track between Picton and Christchurch for the first time since November’s Kaikoura earthquake devastated the line.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges sa...
News that the Government is investigating changes to the vehicle exhaust emission rule in light of recent publicity about selective catalytic reduction systems (SCR) being disconne...
The Government has launched the Tai Poutini West Coast Economic Development Action Plan, an $18.5 million package of transport projects for the West Coast to help improve the region’s transport network.
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