Auckland cannot become a city ...

22 September 2020

Auckland cannot become a city of two halves because there is no infrastructure resilience, Road Transport Forum chief executive Nick Leggett says.

NFI begins piloting Volvo VNR ...

22 September 2020

Through the Volvo LIGHTS project, third-party supply chain solutions provider NFI will demonstrate the ability for battery-electric trucks to successfully transport freight under a variety of operating conditions.

Temporary Auckland Harbour Bri...

22 September 2020

The NZ Transport Agency will start work tonight on a complex and temporary repair to the damaged strut on the Auckland Harbour Bridge that has closed four lanes on the centre span.

IRU secretary general: we have...

21 September 2020

IRU secretary general Umberto de Pretto participated in two World Free Zones Organization (World FZO) panels on logistics and customs management recently. In one discussion, he exp...

Motorists urged to avoid damag...

21 September 2020

The NZ Transport Agency is urging motorists and freight operators across Auckland to plan their weekday travel to avoid significant disruption caused by the closure of four lanes of the Auckland Harbour Bridge.

Lumsden, Southland, speed revi...

21 September 2020

The NZ Transport Agency has set a new permanent speed limit on SH94, Lumsden, in Southland, to take effect in a month’s time from Friday 16 October.

Mental Health Awareness Week i...

21 September 2020

Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) starts on Monday 21 September and this year it reflects the challenges we’ve faced together in 2020.

Training the road to success

18 September 2020

Covid-19 has changed the way we do business and given many people pause to think about the work they do.

Night closures and road layout...

18 September 2020

The NZ Transport Agency advises that work is about to start on significant road layout changes on State Highway 1 (SH1) at the Johnstones Hill tunnels, north of Auckland.

Increase in road maintenance f...

18 September 2020

New Zealand’s civil contractors have welcomed the increased investment in transport funding, announced this week in the Government Policy Statement on Land Transport (GPS) 2021.