Transport

18th Jan 19, 1:26pm
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The Spinoff's Maria Slade looks at a new study from which the evidence suggests the trucking industry is in a race to the bottom
The Spinoff's Maria Slade looks at a new study from which the evidence suggests the trucking industry is in a race to the bottom
18th Jan 19, 1:26pm
5th Jan 19, 10:20am
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Brendon Harre sees a future for hydrogen trains and the end of the carbon era as hydrogen powers heavy transport
Brendon Harre sees a future for hydrogen trains and the end of the carbon era as hydrogen powers heavy transport
5th Jan 19, 10:20am
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10th Dec 18, 4:00pm
Government vetoes ACC's proposed motor vehicle levy hike and reduces work levies. It also scraps the vehicle risk rating programme
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Government vetoes ACC's proposed motor vehicle levy hike and reduces work levies. It also scraps the vehicle risk rating programme
10th Dec 18, 4:00pm
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14th Oct 18, 9:16am
The NZ Super Fund, eyeing Auckland's proposed light rail network, wants a nationally significant infrastructure regime to 'level the playing field' for mobile international capital
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The NZ Super Fund, eyeing Auckland's proposed light rail network, wants a nationally significant infrastructure regime to 'level the playing field' for mobile international capital
14th Oct 18, 9:16am
8th Oct 18, 3:14pm
A discussion document has been released for consultation on the proposed independent infrastructure agency through which it is planned to lift the quality of infrastructure investment in New Zealand
A discussion document has been released for consultation on the proposed independent infrastructure agency through which it is planned to lift the quality of infrastructure investment in New Zealand
8th Oct 18, 3:14pm
27th Sep 18, 11:15am
ACC's proposing a 12.1% hike in the average motor vehicle levy for road users, including a 1.9c per litre increase for petrol
ACC's proposing a 12.1% hike in the average motor vehicle levy for road users, including a 1.9c per litre increase for petrol
27th Sep 18, 11:15am
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31st Aug 18, 2:10pm
Transport Minister touts boost for regions in Transport Agency's 3-yearly investment plan; Trucking lobby complains funding's being diverted to 'pet political projects of dubious economic merit'
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Transport Minister touts boost for regions in Transport Agency's 3-yearly investment plan; Trucking lobby complains funding's being diverted to 'pet political projects of dubious economic merit'
31st Aug 18, 2:10pm
29th Aug 18, 2:01pm
Paper for UN sustainable development project sets out why and how the ways energy, transport, food and housing are produced and consumed should be transformed
Paper for UN sustainable development project sets out why and how the ways energy, transport, food and housing are produced and consumed should be transformed
29th Aug 18, 2:01pm
25th Jul 18, 7:23am
From hydrocarbons to hydrogen - what the Govt's investing in to help NZ transition to a low carbon economy in the wake of its oil and gas exploration ban
From hydrocarbons to hydrogen - what the Govt's investing in to help NZ transition to a low carbon economy in the wake of its oil and gas exploration ban
25th Jul 18, 7:23am
17th Jul 18, 12:22pm
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What NZ can learn from Europe when it comes to using tax to incentivise greater electric vehicle uptake
What NZ can learn from Europe when it comes to using tax to incentivise greater electric vehicle uptake
17th Jul 18, 12:22pm
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5th Jul 18, 12:54pm
Two of New Zealand’s highest-flying companies are again clashing, with Air NZ asking the Government to further regulate Auckland Airport
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Two of New Zealand’s highest-flying companies are again clashing, with Air NZ asking the Government to further regulate Auckland Airport
5th Jul 18, 12:54pm
15th Jun 18, 12:40pm
Report highlights 'considerable risks' of trying to get light rail from Auckland's CBD to airport in time for 2021 America's Cup & APEC Summit
Report highlights 'considerable risks' of trying to get light rail from Auckland's CBD to airport in time for 2021 America's Cup & APEC Summit
15th Jun 18, 12:40pm
1st Jun 18, 11:40am
The Government will spend $50 million on an ‘investment package’ in Northland which includes funding for potentially ‘upgrading and expanding’ the Northland rail line
The Government will spend $50 million on an ‘investment package’ in Northland which includes funding for potentially ‘upgrading and expanding’ the Northland rail line
1st Jun 18, 11:40am
17th May 18, 3:13pm
Budget 2018 - Summary of all spending plans
Budget 2018 - Summary of all spending plans
17th May 18, 3:13pm
11th May 18, 10:00am
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Infometrics' Brad Olsen with the top 10 things to know about the Auckland Regional Fuel Tax
Infometrics' Brad Olsen with the top 10 things to know about the Auckland Regional Fuel Tax
11th May 18, 10:00am
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9th May 18, 11:57am
NZ Super views project as 'attractive prospect for investment' and has already lined up a partner; Government has yet to confirm it will accept the sovereign wealth fund’s bid
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NZ Super views project as 'attractive prospect for investment' and has already lined up a partner; Government has yet to confirm it will accept the sovereign wealth fund’s bid
9th May 18, 11:57am
3rd May 18, 11:41am
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Road Transport Forum's Ken Shirley offers some 'far better' alternatives to the Regional Fuel Tax
Road Transport Forum's Ken Shirley offers some 'far better' alternatives to the Regional Fuel Tax
3rd May 18, 11:41am
3rd May 18, 8:32am
Peter Dunne sees opportunities for National in the regional and environment areas and warns against them lapsing into 'Opposition for the sake of it - as looks to be the case at present'
Peter Dunne sees opportunities for National in the regional and environment areas and warns against them lapsing into 'Opposition for the sake of it - as looks to be the case at present'
3rd May 18, 8:32am
1st May 18, 2:58pm
The scale of New Zealand’s infrastructure deficit is 'massive' and can't be fixed without billions of dollars of private capital – Jason Walls takes a look at how the Government plans to woo investors
The scale of New Zealand’s infrastructure deficit is 'massive' and can't be fixed without billions of dollars of private capital – Jason Walls takes a look at how the Government plans to woo investors
1st May 18, 2:58pm
29th Apr 18, 7:04am
The weeks leading up to the Budget are usually a time for the Government to tease out new funding it plans to unveil but this year it's going to be different, says Jason Walls
The weeks leading up to the Budget are usually a time for the Government to tease out new funding it plans to unveil but this year it's going to be different, says Jason Walls
29th Apr 18, 7:04am

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