EVENTS: Central Branch
2015 Branch AGM Minutes and Reports
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Maori, Treaty of Waitangi and the RMA
A presentation from Paul Beverley, Partner at Buddle Findlay lawyers about the changing responsibilities planners and infrastructure providers have in engaging with Maori, held on 13 August 2015.
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2014 Branch AGM Minutes
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Rachel Smith Blogs on Women and Cycling
Rachel Smith, our speaker from October 2013 has written a blog about women and cycling.
Central Branch Reports 2013
The IPENZ Transportation Group Central Branch will be holding its AGM on Thursday 31 October at 12.30 at Beca's Offices, Aorangi House, Molesworth Street. The AGM will be followed by a talk by
Chris Vallyon on the willingness of pedestrians to walk.
Contact for more information
Higgins and the Central Branch have teamed up to sponsor a member of the central region a free ticket to the 2014 Transportation Conference, in exchange for preparing a presentation on the topic of “Infrastructure Resilience – Past / Present / Future”. Further information is to be found here and entries close 18 October.
This presentation by Mark Edwards, presented the thinking behind the NZTA’s new transport planning process: Network Operating Frameworks, 1 May 2013.
Follow this link for the draft minutes of the IPENZ Transport Group Central Branch AGM which was held on 11 December 2012. (32kb PDF)
Model Community Journey – making walking and cycling the easier in New Plymouth and Hastings (8.6 MB PDF)
This presentation by Gerry Dance, NZTA, discussed New Zealand's first walking and cycling model communities: New Plymouth and Hastings. In his presentation, Gerry talked about the progress over the last two years of the implementation of project and the changes in travel behaviour that have been observed.
High Risk Roads Guides, Tim Hughes, Friday 11 May 2012
The Safer Journeys strategy is based on the safe systems approach and we are expected to implement it. In this presentation, Tim Hughes, the NZTA National Safety Engineer gave us the background to the programme and explained the tools that are available to assess and address the risk of fatal and serious injury crashes.
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