Sustainability in Transport webinar series – roads and water

The Sustainability Society and the Transportation Group are co-hosting a webinar series, supported by Engineering NZ, to stimulate discussion and knowledge sharing across a range of sustainability issues within the transportation arena.

This series is relevant for transportation professionals and the wider built environment and urban planning community where considerations of movement, accessibility and resilience are crucial to taking a system-wide integrated approach to our cities.

Check out our first sessions coming up with more planned for early 2019.

December 18

An Integrated View of Roads and Water

with Stu Farrant, Morphum, Alan Gregory, T&T and Ed Clayton, PDP

Click here for details


All TSS and Transportation Group members can attend these webinar sessions for free.

Register via the links above.

Managing Director of TRICS Consortium UK is visiting NZ

Nick Rabbets, the Managing Director of TRICS Consortium UK, and the TDB, is visiting Australia and New Zealand in February 2019.

In Australia he will be making visits to Sydney, 13th and 14th February, and Melbourne, 18th and 19th February. If you or your organisation would like him, or the TDB, to visit you or you just want to meet for a coffee, then please email us on: or call me, Caron Greenough on 0064 212326864.

For the New Zealand side of the trip we shall be holding up to 2 hour workshops in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.  These will cover the role of the TDB, a how-to-guide to the TRICS database, the new survey guidelines and question time.

Dates and links to registration are:

22nd February – Auckland (Beca Offices, 21 Pitt Street)

Register at:

25rd February – Wellington (Beca Offices, 85 Molesworth Street)

Register at:

28th February – Christchurch (Abley Offices, 137 Victoria Street)

Register at:

As with Australia, if you would just like to meet Nick directly then please make contact as above.

In addition, if you have any specific queries that you would like covered at the workshops then send them through too.

We really encourage you to attend this rare opportunity so please spread the word!!  More information is on our new website.


Webinar: Monitoring Walking & Cycling

NZTA and the Transportation Group present this free online “webinar” to introduce some of the current state-of-the-art thinking around monitoring our active modes. Over 90 minutes, three industry experts will present practical information on how to plan and manage systems for counting walking and cycling in your districts. There will also be the opportunity for questions and discussion.

For more information, and to register (free), see this link.

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