The Transport Evidence Based Strategy creates an environment to ensure the transport sector has the right data, information, research and evaluation to deliver an evidence-based transport system that improves wellbeing and liveability.
Transport Evidence Based Strategy(external link)
The strategy has two primary objectives:
- Ensure the right data, information, research and evaluation is available for decision-making
- There is an established culture of evidence-based decision-making.
The Transport Evidence Based Strategy is comprised of the following complimentary strategies and ongoing programmes of work aligned with updated Government transport priorities and outcomes:
- Domain Plan
Ensures the right data, statistics and information are available to understand our transport system and make evidence-based decisions. This identifies data and knowledge gaps and priorities to maximise the value of data, statistics, and information (originally published in 2016).
- Research Strategy
Creates a research environment to maximise the benefits from transport-related research (originally published in 2016).
- Evaluation Strategy
Provides a framework for evaluating transport system performance, regulations, policies, and investment, and identifies activities that support high quality evaluation activities within and across sectors (new).