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LGNZ and the NZTA have partnered to work through the changes in the draft Government Policy Statement (GPS) on land transport and get ready to deliver the 2018-21 National Land Transport Programme (NLTP). It’s important that local government is prepared for the funding opportunities created by the new GPS, whatever its shape when finalised by the end of June 2017. Together, we need to explore all the opportunities that are available to bring forward new programmes or work, particularly those with a strong safety and resilience focus to be in the best position to give effect to the GPS.
A range of policy changes are being considered by the Transport Agency to support local government to maximise the new and enhanced opportunities outlined in the GPS. The Transport Agency is also offering support with council-led business cases, procurement and delivery. The Transport Agency has already responded to the changes in the draft GPS by reviewing its own investment programme and developing the Draft Transport Agency Investment Proposal (TAIP).
Join EquiP’s ‘NZTA Investment Proposal’ webinar to learn more about the TAIP, and the support and opportunities for local government.
By the end of this webinar you will be able to:
- have a better understanding of the opportunities that exist within the draft GPS to deliver the Government’s new transport priorities;
- know how the Transport Agency has responded to the changes; and
- be able to access support from the Transport Agency to get the most out of the next NLTP for your community.
Fergus Gammie, Chief Executive, NZ Transport Agency
Malcolm Alexander, Chief Executive, Local Government New Zealand
Please contact the EquiP team for further information on 04 924 1200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org