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Transport Minister Simon Bridges has released a joint report by the Government and Auckland Council, which updates work undertaken as part of the Auckland Transport Alignment Project (ATAP) to understand the required level of transport investment needed in Auckland over the next decade.

Road Transport Forum chief executive Ken Shirley has welcomed the Labour Party’s commitment to provide driving lessons for secondary school students.

A major slip clearance milestone has been achieved with work crews now able to access the entire coastal corridor north of Kaikoura for the first time since the November 2016 earthquake.

EROAD has responded to a customer survey that highlighted safety as a key challenge for businesses with a new set of safety tools.

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Mick Barber is one of those characters who epitomises the spirit of the Aussie truckie; easy going and quick to crack a joke.

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John James Swain, also known as Jim or Jimmy, was a man who was known for his loyalty, generosity and a great work ethic.

“It’s still a bloody good truck,” says Chris Carr of Carr & Haslam Transport referring to his Mercedes-Benz Actros, the first Actros to be purchased in New Zealand in 1997.

It is very rare for a fleet to consist of single-purpose assets. Transport operators typically require a lot more flexibility in their fleets to fully address their customers’ needs.

Long service is one thing, but six decades-plus says much about work relationships.