A grouping of people who agree to work together.
Something that is useful or has value for example, a house is an asset; good health is a great asset.
The increase in value of goods and services of a country. Often measured by the ‘gross domestic product’ (GDP) as an annual percentage.
Areas of natural vegetation in between man-made activities or structures (such as roads) that are connected and enable wildlife populations to move along them.
lane control sign
Electronic sign with three display options: changing the speed limit; closing a lane; directing drivers to change lanes.
A dual-carriageway road designed for fast traffic, with relatively few places for joining or leaving.
NZ Road Code
A guide to New Zealand road law and safe driving practices https://www.nzta.govt.nz/resources/roadcode/
New Zealand Transport Agency – NZTA | Waka Kotahi
New Zealand Crown entity tasked with promoting safe and functional transport by land, including the responsibility for driver and vehicle licensing and investigating rail accidents. They also fund, together with local and regional government, local roads and public transport infrastructure and services.
Bus transport is the main form of public transport in New Zealand. Auckland and Wellington also have suburban rail systems. Some cities also operate local ferry services. Aeroplanes are also part of the public transport network.
Major national roads in a network. They consist of SH 1 running the length of both islands; SH 2-5 and 10-58 in the North Island, and SH 6-8 and 60-99 in the South Island. State highways are marked by red shield-shaped signs with white numbering.
variable message sign
A large number of permanent and temporary message signs are located throughout the country, to provide real-time information for drivers while they are driving.