Getting on board with Universal Basic Mobility
Transport strategist Louise Baker wants the country to start thinking about the benefits of using public transport to address inequity.
Govt provides KiwiRail $35M
The government has provided KiwiRail an extra $35 million to restore its fleet of ageing electric locomotives on the North Island’s main trunk line.
Wellington Airport eyes strong summer traffic
Wellington International Airport says it is expecting a strong summer on a mix of new services and increased capacity to and from Australia.
Trucking firm partners with Hiringa for hydrogen trials
Trucking group TIL Logistics has agreed to investigate hydrogen fuel options with Hiringa Energy.
Air NZ on track to be ‘the world’s least unsustainable airline’
Air New Zealand is on a credible journey to try and be “the world’s least unsustainable airline”, the chair of the national carrier’s Sustainability Advisory Panel, Jonathon Porritt, told an assembly of senior politicians, airline stakeholders and journalists in Wellington.
Transport Agency failed over WoFs and licences
Transport leaders repeatedly raised concerns that NZTA’s process of certifying Warrants of Fitness and drivers licences was flawed.
Z Energy -No increase in petrol margins
Z Energy has had no increase in its petrol margins over the past year and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s attack on petrol retailers’ pricing is “inconsistent with Z’s own experience,” chief executive Mike Bennetts says.
Air NZ, Singapore Airlines extend alliance
The government has extended a partnership between Air New Zealand and Singapore Airlines for another five years, saying it creates stronger bonds with South East Asia.