New Performance Based Standard...

24 May 2019

The NZ Transport Agency has released new Performance Based Standards (PBS) that will help determine whether non-standard heavy vehicles meet the safety performance requirements equivalent to standard vehicles.

Your speed is shared – new cam...

22 May 2019

A new series of road safety advertisements launched this week is urging speeding drivers to examine their behaviour through the eyes of their nervous passengers.

Takaka Hill repairs: plenty of...

15 May 2019

Motorists who travel between Golden Bay and Nelson over the Takaka Hill will have noticed several areas of improvements on the road’s repairs this past summer.

Connecting kids and carriers f...

10 May 2019

The NZ Trucking Association is facilitating the Trucking Careers Hub at the New Zealand Careers Expo 2019, currently underway in Christchurch at the Horncastle Arena. The event kic...

Agency welcomes results of Wai...

02 May 2019

The NZ Transport Agency has welcomed the results of the Waipa District Council’s recent consultation on speed limits.

Colour-coded motorway signs to...

30 April 2019

Auckland motorists will be able to make better-informed journeys on the network, thanks to a technology upgrade to the motorway messaging system.

Three-week lane closure on Sad...

29 April 2019

The NZ Transport Agency advises that the westbound lane of Saddle Road will be closed for three weekdays per week, for a period of three weeks, from Tuesday 30 April.

Speed limit reduction on SH1 s...

29 April 2019

The NZ Transport Agency advises from Tuesday 30 April, the speed limit on State Highway 1 (SH1) will be reduced to 80km/h between Toetoe Road and Maungakaramea Road south of Whangarei.

Temporary speed restriction St...

29 April 2019

The NZ Transport Agency is advising motorists the speed will be lowered from 100km/h to 50km/h on a section of State Highway 2, between Apata and Omokoroa, starting today for the next two weeks.

NZ Transport Agency board chai...

29 April 2019

NZ Transport Agency chairman, Michael Stiassny, has announced his resignation from the board, noting that he has completed what he set out to do – repositioning the agency to focus on public safety.