Auckland’s transport plan has allocated $1.8bn towards funding two light rail corridors including an airport to city route.
Red Travel may only be in its 4th year of operation but that has not stopped the team from achieving for a 2nd consecutive year running the Tourism New Zealand Qualmark Gold Status.
State Highway 1 between Picton and Christchurch will re-open for night-time travel from the end of April for the first time since the Kaikoura earthquake in November 2016.
The NZ Transport Agency encourages all people driving around the South Island this Easter to plan ahead to stay safe and avoid delays.
The NZ Transport Agency says it’s coordinating with forest owners, police and the Far North District Council to allow escorted convoys for essential travel.
New Zealand’s first on-road testing of fully autonomous vehicles will change up a gear later this year with the inclusion of the first locally designed and built vehicle.
A self-piloted electric air taxi is being tested in Christchurch and hopes to be the first viable craft of its kind in commercial operation.
SkyBus is proud to announce the planned arrival of a new direct service between Auckland Airport and the North Harbour Auckland region.
The popularity of Milford Sound Information Centre and Café with the hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit the area each year meant increasing pressure on the parking facilities.
DOC is urging tourists to take care when driving on New Zealand’s backcountry roads ahead of what is expected to bumper summer season.
The popular Cathedral Cove park and ride shuttle will be operating over the busy 2017/18 summer holiday season, along with longer opening hours at the Hahei Village Entrance car park.
Go Bus has launched the first on-demand ridesharing transport solution of its kind in New Zealand.
Work to restore Roxburgh’s water supply, sewerage system and road access into town is continuing with one eye on the weather.
The NZ Transport Agency has confirmed the initial hours of operation for State Highway 1 north and south of Kaikoura will be 7am until 8.30pm, when the road reopens next month.
Wellingtonians have a once-in-a-generation chance to shape the future of their city’s transport and need to make sure their views are known, Wellington Mayor Justin Lester says.
Bus drivers and train managers are uniting on Friday morning to deliver two petitions to Auckland Transport protesting the degradation of both bus and train services.
Mischa Mannix-Opie has been appointed as Group Head of Marketing and Communications for Bluebridge, Strait Shipping, Freight Lines and Streamline Freight.
Auckland’s public transport users have clocked up 90 million trips on buses, trains and ferries over the past year, the last time Auckland saw that many trips was way back in 1956.
Here’s a question which should grab the attention of every traveller: which is the most cost-effective way to travel once you step off the airplane?
The NZ Transport Agency has released a long list of options for a long term resilient solution for the Manawatū Gorge route.
Europcar New Zealand has been awarded nearly $200,000 in Government funding to expand its rental 100% electrical vehicle fleet.
Labour Party leader Jacinda Ardern has pledged light rail from downtown Auckland to the city’s airport within a decade if it wins the general election in September.
South Taranaki towns Hawera and Opunake were officially welcomed into the New Zealand Motor Caravan Association’s nationwide Motorhome Friendly scheme.
Hawke’s Bay needs and deserves a definitive statement setting out a plan for a robust, resilent transport corridor to the Manawatu.
Due to damage caused by the recent rain event in the South Island, The Taieri Gorge Railway, operated by Dunedin Railways will not be operating its scheduled excursions over the next ten days.
The second weekend of Ruapehu Alpine Lifts (RAL) free park and ride snow shuttle service went well with local businesses reporting they were happy with council’s response to the parking and congestion issues that arose the inaugural weekend.
Sailings of the Interislander and Bluebridge ferries have been cancelled due to the deterioration of weather in Cook Strait.
People who use the road between Wanaka and Tarras, State Highway 8A, may experience some disruptions from next week
Work is now underway on dozens of individual road safety projects that aim to make busy South Island tourist routes safer for visiting drivers
Mainfreight is pleased to announce another year of record results to 31 March 2017.
Go Bus has secured the contract to deliver passengers to and from Queenstown Airport’s new 150-space park and ride facility.
Regular business travellers will be able to book an e-Golf for their day of travel, free of charge.
Super Shuttle has launched a new business class service as it upgrades its fleet, pushes into the regions, and expands its marketing.
Nomad Safaris, Queenstown’s oldest off-road tour company, has introduced two new activities to its adventure menu for 2017.
Christchurch technology company Connexionz has won the contract to support New York City’s latest ferry operation.
Hamilton’s iconic River Cruise service, the Waikato River Explorer, has kicked off from its new launch space at Day’s Park.
The Bus & Coach Association has hit back at government comments encouraging Chinese visitors off tours and into independent travel.
There are many reasons why encouraging tourists to partake in tours, as opposed to travelling themselves, would actually be advantageous to New Zealand.
Tourism Holdings Limited’s chief executive Grant Webster tells the Ticker of the company’s electric motorhome plans and beyond.
Presented at Press Conference at 2pm Friday at Rydges Latimer Christchurch following the Te Anau Milford Highway crash last Tuesday that killed two German tourists.
Ruapehu council is planning to provide almost $1m in funding to help ease track congestion on the Tongariro Crossing and support tourism infrastructure in the region.
State Highway 1, south of Kaikoura, will be closed to all traffic for eight days from 8pm on Sunday, 26 March to 7am on Tuesday 4 April to enable emergency slip face stabilisation work to be carried out.
Fullers is introducing a new vessel, Capricornian Surfer, dedicated to Devonport to cope with tourism demand.
Go Bus is pumping up to $20m of dollars into its luxury Johnston’s Coachlines business to meet soaring tourism demand.
Kat Van Dijk entered tourism relatively recently when she joined JUCY just over four years ago. She is GM Southern Lakes at what was originally a car rental company but has expanded into campervans, cruise and hotels.
A much needed radical shift in public transport for the Wakatipu Basin’s residence and visitors has taken a step closer.
KiwiRail took a $9m hit in revenue due to the Kaikoura earthquake however tourism services on its Interislander ferry service was booming.
Tourism Holdings Limited’s (THL) New Zealand tourism operations saw earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) jump to $4.3m for the half-year to 31 December 2016, up 30% on the previous corresponding period.
Auckland Airport welcomes the announcement that Sichuan Airlines will start flying between Auckland and Chengdu in China from June this year.
The Qantas Group has welcomed the New Zealand government’s announcement naming both Jetstar and Qantas as contracted suppliers for government air travel, commencing 1 March 2017.
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