A Ministry of Transport survey indicates that nationwide, 96 percent of 5-9 year olds are in some form of restraint when travelling in a motor vehicle.
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The Ministry’s Briefing to the Incoming Minister (BIM) has been released, following the 2017 General Election.
The Government has today announced a major package of reforms to heavy rail, as well as $1.042 billion as the first instalment to support a 10-year programme of investment in the rail system. This is a major milestone in The Future of Rail Project, a cross-agency project we have led for more than a year now.
A Ministry of Transport report on container productivity at
New Zealand ports shows performance compares well with
Australian and other international ports.
The Action Plan sets out the government’s strategic aims for intelligent transport systems in New Zealand.
Getting more New Zealanders to check their tyres is the focus of New Zealand’s first ever Tyre Awareness Week from April 7-13.
The Official Information Act survey is here! Tell the Ombudsman about your experience of making OIA requests to us.
The government has asked the Ministry of Transport to
investigate the use of Clifford Bay in Marlborough as a new
sea freight terminal to improve links between major cities
in the North and South Islands, and as a further catalyst
for South Island economic growth.
Transport Minister Steven Joyce has released a summary
report of the Domestic Aviation Security Review.
The Ministry of Transport’s Annual Report 2012/13 was tabled in Parliament last month.