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There are clear inequities in Auckland’s transport system. This report, authored by MRCagney and commissioned by the Ministry of Transport’s Auckland Policy Office, investigated the travel behaviour and transport experiences of six groups. It involved a review of international and locally-relevant literature; interviews with representatives of four non-Government organisations; and recommendations for transport policy and practice.
Bridget Burdett (Principal Researcher, Hamilton) has recently published an article in Engineering New Zealand’s industry magazine, EG, about diversity in the transportation profession.
Autonomous vehicles not the cure all for congestion – our new report finds.
Australia can move to electric vehicles, powered entirely by renewable electricity, in a decade. It is feasible and affordable, providing environmental, health and economic benefits.
In collaboration with Beyond Zero Emissions we have produced this report; Zero Carbon Australia- Electric Vehicles. The report details the benefits of electric vehicles in an Australian context, both convenience, cost, and emissions related, as well as how transitioning toward public transport and active transport could lower costs and encourage the transition away from fossil fuels.
Electric buses are already becoming the technology of choice for a number of cities and public transport providers worldwide. This Electric Bus Technology research report provides an overview of current electric bus technology, addresses the gap in literature on Electric Vehicles in the New Zealand context, and makes recommendations for the best way forward for New Zealand.