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Read about the projects delivered for communities by the 2018–21 National Land Transport Programme.


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Innovating Streets

The Innovating Streets programme launched in June 2020 to make it quicker and easier for councils to trial changes aimed at making streets safer, providing more travel choice and encouraging more people to travel in ways that are better for their health and the environment.

World-class ticketing around the corner

A high-tech approach to public transport ticketing will make it easier for people to pay for trips on public transport anywhere in the country. This flexible, modern, new ticketing system will aim to encourage more people to use public transport more often. It’ll ultimately contribute to reducing Aotearoa | New Zealand’s carbon emissions and improving safety on our roads, as public transport is one of the safest ways to travel.

Weigh Right

The Weigh Right Programme takes a high-tech approach to help make our roads safer by reducing the number of overweight trucks. It also helps create a level playing field across the freight industry by helping ensure operators meet regulations.

Making Mangawhai Heads’ town centre friendlier for those on foot

Returning Wood Street through Mangawhai Heads’ town centre to the community as a place for people to enjoy was the aim of the Kaipara District Council’s Innovating Streets trial.

SH1 south of Whangārei now safer for everyone

Returning Wood Street through Mangawhai Heads’ town centre to the community as a place for people to enjoy was the aim of the Kaipara District Council’s Innovating Streets trial.

Ōpononi seawall: protecting against coastal erosion

The stunning coastal community of Ōpononi on State Highway 12 (SH12) is part of Te Tai Tokerau | Northland’s Twin Coast Discovery Route – a crucial connection for businesses and jobs related to tourism and everyone using SH12 for business, leisure and daily commutes.

Investing in New Zealand: Tirohanga Whānui

A new walking and cycling bridge has been carrying people over Auckland’s Northern Motorway since February 2019 – saving locals time and making it safer to get to Albany’s town centre.

New Play Streets events help connect neighbours

For generations, local streets have been places where children and families could gather, talk, play and make memories. But in recent years, this has been happening less and less.

Karangahape Road even more people-friendly

Improvements to Auckland’s iconic Karangahape Road have created a safer, more attractive place for the local community and offer better walking and cycling options.