Due to our breadth of experience and knowledge we're frequently called upon to provide services for central government organisations, including the NZ Transport Agency, Ministry of Education and Environment Protection Authority. we collaborate with them on
strategy and policy issues, conduct in-depth research assignments on their behalf, and provide critical advice on safety issues. Using GIS and ITS to communicate our findings and justify our recommendations we provide the insights they need to create safe networks across the country.
The Urban KiwiRAP trial is part of New Zealand’s Road Assessment Programme (KiwiRap). This programme operates in conjunction with the International Road Assessment Programme (IRAP), implemented by approximately 70 countries around the world...Find out more
Having received funding for approximately 65 new speed cameras the New Zealand Police (NZP) asked us, as independent experts, to objectively analyse the best locations around the country to position those cameras. Given the high visibility...Find out more
The Wellington regional office of the NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) was looking to develop a system to prioritise safety projects on state highways within their region. They already had a considerable amount of quality data; they now needed...Find out more
Austroads identified the need for a smart tool to help determine the best pedestrian crossing facilities for a wide array of roading environments. They wanted to be able to assess the economic efficiency of a range of solutions, as well as the ‘walkability’...Find out more
Every two years the NZ Transport Agency produces an action plan for their Safer Journeys programme (the Transport Agency’s road safety strategy for 2010-2020), highlighting their goals for the next 24-month period. Between 2013-2015 one...Find out more
Deemed a ‘project of national significance’, the NZ Transport Agency’s proposed flyover adjacent to Wellington’s Basin Reserve drew significant opposition from a number of groups, and a Board of Inquiry was appointed by...Find out more