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NZ to align with Australian clean car import standard

The Government has announced it will align New Zealand's Clean Car Importer Standard with Australia in order to provide the vehicle import market with...

Future looks bright for Horizons bus network

Horizons Regional Council says the nation's first fully electric bus network has significantly increased public transport use in Palmerston North and Ashhurst. The new network,...

New Whangārei school bus service on the way

A new dedicated bus service for intermediate and high school students is coming to Whangārei. Northland Regional Councillor, Jack Craw, who chairs the Whangarei District...

Rail strike to impact Auckland services

Auckland Transport has today advised that its unionised CAF rail maintenance employees will be taking industrial action from tomorrow, Tuesday 11 June. "We understand that...

Waiheke ferry operator approved for funding eligibility

Waiheke Island ferry operator, Island Direct, has today been approved for SuperGold Card funding eligibility, paving the way for a commercial agreement to bring...

Northland council workboat blessed

Northland Regional Council’s new $3.2 million locally-built workboat has been blessed and officially named at Opua today. The 17.5-metre catamaran Waikare II - built at...

Waikato council puts brakes on public transport fare hikes

With Government subsidies for age-based public transport fares due to end on 30 April, Waikato Regional Council has today announced it will maintain current...

New Metro customer support team hops on board

Environment Canterbury Regional Council has announced the rollout of a new Metro transport team, which will be focused on local bus customer support and...

Don’t run driver pathway off the road pleads Transporting NZ boss

Transporting New Zealand boss, Dom Kalasih says the sudden closure of the Work to Residence pathway for truck and bus drivers could risk slowing...

Waikato’s first electric bus fleet headed to Waipā

Waikato’s first electric bus fleet will begin taking over Waipā regional bus services from Monday, 15 April, when the first of six new EVs...

Green light for GoBay youth fare

Hawke’s Bay Regional Council will introduce a youth fare as part of its upcoming 1 May fare changes. The new fare will be automatically applied...

Road worthiness audit for Waka Kotahi

The Auditor-General has today announced it will undertake a performance audit of Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency to ensure individuals and organisations that...

NZ’s first fully electric bus fleet hits the road in Palmerston North

Horizons Regional Council has today marked the launch of New Zealand's first fully electric bus network. The new network, delivered by the Council and contracted...

New Palmy electric bus fleet delayed

Horizons Regional Council says international shipping issues have delayed Palmerston North's new electric bus fleet arriving in Aotearoa New Zealand, with subsequent flow-on impacts...

Public transport boost for Whanganui Vintage Weekend

Getting to Whanganui Vintage Weekend will be easy, with Connect - Horizons Regional Transport and Whanganui District Council announcing increased and free public transport...