Based in the San Francisco Bay Area and New Zealand, Wisk is an urban air mobility company backed by The Boeing Company and Kitty Hawk Corporation.
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The $12 billion investment is planned to finance new transport projects, schools’ capital funding, regional investment opportunities, District Health Board asset renewal and public estate decarbonisation.
An investment of $2.2 billion has seen public transport in Auckland transformed. Consequently, more people than ever are using the services around the city.
Following recent climate change protests, the New Zealand Government is creating change to limit the impact we have upon the environment with their Zero Carbon Bill.
A multimodality partnership between Uber and Auckland Airport will see the passenger experience become easier and more convenient.
The electric bus project will be a great example of a zero-exhaust emission bus service for Christchurch City and encourage residents to help reduce emission levels…
The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) has supplied funds for New Zealand to acquire more electric vehicles…
5 June 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
In New Zealand’s government budget 2017, $436 million will be provided for Auckland’s City Rail Link (CRL).
19 October 2016 | By Yasha Vojdani, Interim Executive Director & Angé Anczewska, Manager of Development and Engagement at UITP Australia New Zealand (UITPANZ),
By 2050 70% of the world’s population is expected to live in urban environments – up from an average of 50% today. Australia and New Zealand are ahead of the curve in this respect, with close to 90% of the population currently living in urbanised areas. For Intelligent Transport, Yasha…