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The transport sector faces continuing pressure from consumers, markets and government to improve availability, reliability, funding, and environmental and economic sustainability. There will always be more projects than there are funds to pay for them and government needs to drive value in its spend and find new ways of funding road projects.

Government will need to look at new ways to improve both private and public transport services whilst managing its transport investments carefully to meet the needs of the travelling public. Both public and private sector have a vital role to play in reinvigorating New Zealand’s road and public transport networks.

How we can help

The challenges in the road sector in New Zealand are significant but the tools to tackle them are continuing to develop rapidly. We have worked on projects to implement some of the most innovative charging and funding methods as well as working with new and innovative technologies for charge collection. We can help you find ways of funding investment and driving value from your projects by working with you in the areas of:

  • Road infrastructure development, funding and delivery
  • Programme and risk management advice
  • Road pricing and alternative charging mechanisms
  • Financial advice in relation to tolling and alternative infrastructure funding
  • Procurement advice and risk management

Read the latest research and publications

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  • Changing lanes
    Learn which road user pricing model is best for your city or region.

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    Business case development, Project management

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