transport

New Paper: Access and Land use

Associate Professor Ralph Chapman recently completed a commissioned policy paper for the Ministry of Transport. In this exploratory ‘thinkpiece’ Ralph examines access from various angles, and considers how valuable a concept it is in considering the urban environment today and in the READ MORE

Posted in transport on 18 May 2018 – 3:47 pm

Submission

Caroline Shaw and colleagues recently completed their submission on the draft government policy statement on land transport. Read their submission here. READ MORE

Posted in transport on 18 May 2018 – 3:42 pm

Two new papers on transport by NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities members

A review of the inclusion of environmental and social costs in transport appraisal frameworks in four Anglophone countries, please read: Framing Mobility Investment Transport investment and carbon emissions in four Anglophone countries, please read: Investment for sustainable transport   READ MORE

Posted in climate change and news & events and research and transport on 4 January 2018 – 9:39 am

Book – Cities in New Zealand: Preferences, patterns and possibilities

A new book sets out important ideas for helping New Zealand cities resolve the challenges of providing quality, affordable housing, designing healthy transport systems and dealing with climate change. Cities in New Zealand: Preferences, patterns and possibilities has multiple authors and was READ MORE

Posted in behaviour change and climate change and energy and health and housing & building and media and news & events and NZ policy issues and research and transport and urban design and urban governance on 19 September 2017 – 4:41 pm

Media release: Progress slow on Wellington and Auckland’s carbon emissions

Monday, 19 June 2017 Associate Professor Ralph Chapman was lead author of a Victoria University of Wellington-led study which suggests that despite strong goals adopted by Wellington and Auckland, the cities still have a way to go in reducing carbon emissions from transport.

Posted in behaviour change and climate change and energy and health and news & events and NZ policy issues and research and transport on 22 June 2017 – 4:21 pm