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Greater Wellington Regional Council is encouraging new members of Parliament to use public transport between the airport and the Beehive.
Christchurch’s metro network will be going cashless in the second half of 2024 as work progresses on the implementation of a national ticketing system (NTS).
Eighteen roading projects across the West Coast will receive more than $22m in government investment from the $419m Transport Resilience Fund.
The future of the Whakatipu basin’s public transport is now in the community’s hands as Queenstown Lakes District Council seeks feedback on a 30-year plan.
The government is providing $12m to improve roads around the weather-damaged Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough regions.
The government is looking to pump an additional $5bn into New Zealand’s transport industry, bringing funding to $20.8bn between 2024-2027 – with the proceeds coming from increased fuel taxes and road user charges.
The government’s preferred Auckland harbour transport proposal will include cycling and walking options across the existing bridge.
Safer travel is the key message for around 30,000 rugby fans who are expected to converge on Dunedin for the All Blacks vs Wallabies Bledisloe Cup game on Saturday.
A revamp of Wellington’s “Golden Mile” aims to make the city’s CBD easier to get around and attract more people back to town.
Auckland Transport will introduce new payment options including PayWave, Google Pay and Apple Pay across its network within the next year.
Marlborough District Council is stopping its bus service between Blenheim and Renwick, which included a stop at Marlborough Airport, due to it being financially unviable.
All state highways around Tairāwhiti, Gisborne and Hawke’s Bay have been reopened with the successful completion of the Hikuwai bailey bridge.
A new bridge on a Taranaki stretch of the Forgotten World Highway could help boost tourism and economic activity in the area by up to $45m, says the government.
Construction on the new bridge reconnecting State Highway 25A with the Coromandel peninsula is set to start in the next fortnight.
A crucial transport link between Wairoa and Napier is now open, three months after it was damaged by Cyclone Gabrielle.
Wellington’s Metlink public transport will offer free travel on its bus and train network for football fans travelling to FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 games.
Transporting New Zealand is calling for the government to extend the transport support package until inflation has dropped below 6%.
The new rules boost the residence pathway for skippers, deckhands and bus drivers coming to work under the AEWV.
Construction on another Auckland harbour crossing could be on the cards as early as 2029 although a final decision on what it will look like has not been made, says the government.
GoBay will resume hourly bus services between Napier and Hastings six days per week from next Monday.
A report on New Zealand’s transport funding trends has found that the share of investment in road maintenance has reached its lowest in 10 years, according to Local Government New Zealand.
More than 14,000 ticket holders over two days are expected at the New Zealand Sail Grand Prix at Lyttelton near Christchurch this weekend.
Six flood and cyclone-hit areas will get a boost with new Bailey bridges that will reconnect isolated communities.
The full extension of the cost of living transport support package is now in place.
Wellington City Council is encouraging visitors and residents to have a go at getting around the city on e-bikes and e-scooters.
Roads to popular Auckland tourist spots in Piha, Muriwai and Karekare remain off limits due to damage from Cyclone Gabrielle.
The government has extended its fuel, transport and road user subsidies.
Marlborough District Council will hold a series of meetings with businesses, ratepayers and residents to help inform and shape future transport solutions in the region.
Marlborough District Council has launched a new study aimed at supporting the case for funding safe, resilient and affordable long-term access solutions for residents, homeowners and businesses in the storm-affected areas of the Sounds.
Visitors to Kenepuru and the Marlborough Sounds are encouraged to use a water taxi to avoid getting caught in road closures.
The government has provided $350m for 46 councils to help achieve a greener, more efficient, and safer transport infrastructure for New Zealanders and support the Emissions Reduction Plan.
Auckland’s much-debated second harbour crossing is up for debate once again, and businesses in the city are calling for a clear roadmap.
Auckland Transport’s TāmakiLink bus service now has eight new electric buses to complement an additional 27 serving the Eastern Bays routes across the city.
The Commerce Commission will soon have more power to set fairer fuel prices through changes made to the way the wholesale fuel market functions.
The code enables operators to minimise the risks associated with transporting passengers through alpine environments.
The govt’s investment must be made with consistency, fairness and sustainability, says the association.
A lack of transport in Dunedin for cruise passengers is tipping “money down the drain”, according to one prominent operator in the city.
The rollout of a national public transport ticketing system will simplify payment methods for people visiting new towns, says Transport Minister Michael Wood.
Queenstown public transport users will now be able to use their Bee Card to travel on ferry services from today.
WellingtonNZ and GWRC partner to try and make it easier for visitors to the capital to take public transport.
Marlborough District Council will offer subsidised water taxi services to visitors, workers and residents around the Marlborough Sounds who were affected by weather damage that caused road washouts and slips last week.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has shut down a proposed trial to allocate lanes on Auckland’s Harbour Bridge to walkers and cyclists.
Greater Wellington’s climate committee is urging the regional council to approve two carbon reduction and energy efficiency projects from Metlink and Wellington Regional Stadium Trust.
The BCA criticises the government’s new public transport plans as a throwback to the past and a disservice to all those working in the industry.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency will drop the speed limit on State Highway 73 and 75 between Christchurch and Akaroa in early September.
The government has extended its cut to fuel excise tax by 25 cents per litre until 31 January 2023, providing some relief for tourism operators’ transport and fuel budgets.
More than 90% of commercial passenger vehicles inspected at the country’s major ski destinations have been compliant, say police and Waka Kotahi.
Auckland Airport is encouraging people to leave their cars at home and take alternative modes of transport when travelling during the July school holidays.
Bus services in Queenstown and Dunedin are being reduced from Tuesday 19 July due to driver shortages, winter illness and Covid, says the Otago Regional Council.
The last few highways still closed by Tuesday’s heavy snowfall should be opening around lunchtime or early afternoon today, says Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency.