Auckland/Northland Branch Networking Event and AGM

What a year 2020 has been.  As it draws to a close the Transportation Group New Zealand Auckland/Northland Branch would like to invite you to come and celebrate 2020 and attend our AGM.

This year’s AGM will take place at The Paddington, 117 St Georges Bay Road, Parnell, Auckland, on Thursday 26 November (networking and refreshments from 5.30 pm). RSVP today.

Our brief AGM will commence at 6.00 pm. View AGM Agenda & reports below.

We have a healthy, vibrant, and strong committee but as is always the case we are keen to see nominations for new Auckland/Northland Committee Members.  Feel free to nominate yourself using this form and return it to our Branch Secretary, Hamish Speakman

Please RSVP by COB 19 November so that we can arrange catering.

The committee and I look forward to seeing you there.


Pizza & Movie Night – Transport themed!

On Tuesday, 8 December, come along for a Pizza and Movies night at Space Academy!

We’ll be showing two international award-winning transport-themed movies: ‘The Traffic Separating Device’ (Sweden, by Johan Palmgren), and ‘Radiant City’ (Canada).

There will be a short discussion following each film reflecting on the themes presented and how they relate to the local Christchurch context.

The bar will be open from 5:30pm onwards, with movies starting at 6:00pm. You will be able to purchase drinks at the bar. And of course – we’ll provide pizza!

Please RSVP here by Friday 4 December.



Canterbury Branch – Waka Kotahi Road to Zero Speed and Infrastructure Programme industry update & social event

The Canterbury Branch Transportation Group invites all members to come to a social event at the Pegasus Arms. Get acquainted with your fellow TG members over some drinks and snacks, provided by the Transportation Group!

We will kick off with a brief industry update from Jeanine Foster, the Waka Kotahi Local Road Programme Lead for the Road to Zero Speed and Infrastructure Programme.

Jeanine leads the national Road to Zero local road partnership programme; co-designing, evidencing and investing in safe system road infrastructure and speed management. She is immersed in multi-agency government response strategy to reduce the unacceptable rate of death and serious injuries on our roads. She’ll outline the challenges and milestones of this important work, to get your conversations started, with plenty of time for networking.


Thursday 20th May, 5 – 8pm, for a 5:30pm presentation start
Pegasus Arms Function Room (upstairs)
14 Oxford Terrace, Christchurch Central City

Please RSVP here.


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