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REGISTRATION AND COFFEE 8.15 am

Item 1 9.00am Welcome, housekeeping and apologies
Jim Harland

Don Cameron
SESSION 1: What Does Mode Neutrality Really Mean In Practice?
Item 2 9.10am Multi Model Corridor Planning and Delivery in Action

Originally from the UK, he now considers himself Kiwiana and enjoys amongst other kiwi as things, leading Auckland Transport’s largest (and probably longest) programme of work known as AMETI coming to an east Auckland suburb near you in March.  

Is it multi modal? Is it mode neutral?  He’s not sure but let’s take a look and help him decide.

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Duncan Humphrey, Auckland Manukau Eastern Transport Initiative (AMETI)
Item 3 9.40am Panel Discussion:

Panel members will be talking about what they are working on, what their strongest driver is, and what the pain points are that relate to this panel topic.  A Q&A session will follow.

  • Cycling
  • Active modes of road use
  • Livable communities

Claire Pascoe, NZTA


Dr Caroline Shaw, University of Otago, Wellingtop


Lean Murphy, KiwiRail

MORNING TEA 10.40pm
SESSION 2
Item 4 11.00am National Pavements Technical Group

Mark will present on the purpose and activities of the group focussing on current key projects that have applicability across the entire roading network in New Zealand.

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Mark Cruden
National Pavements
Technical Group
Item 5 11.20am Delivering the Government’s Transport Outcomes

The role of National Priority Programmes under the National Land Transport Programme 2018/21

Gareth will discuss the Agency’s development of National Priority Programmes designed to bring forward activities that give effect to the priorities of government.  She will discuss why they are being set up, how they work, why it is worthwhile you getting involved and how the Agency will work with you to identify eligible projects and bring them forward

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Gareth Hughes, NZTA
Item 6 11.50am Doing the right thing right – realising excellence

REG is continuing on the journey of enabling the transport sector to make incremental improvements and building investor confidence.

REG is not about increasing compliance, and making it harder for RCA’s to deliver the right outcomes, but instead the exact opposite. REG is providing the tools and systems to improve the quality of your decision making.

Chris’s presentation will showcase the REG business excellence programme, and demonstrate the early wins being achieved through the REG data quality project.

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Chris Gregory
Road Efficiency Group
Item 7 12.10am Digital Engineering for transport

Myles will be presenting on the digital engineering programme. The DE programme is a foundation piece of the NZTA Transport OS programme. The goal of the Transport OS programme is to leverage technology to provide the safest, most productive transport corridors in real time, and over the life of the assets in the corridor.

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Myles Lind, NZTA
LAUNCH 12.30PM
SESSION 3
Item 8 1.30pm NZ Utilities Advisory Group Update

Brett will be discussing the National code of Practice, it’s development and continuing maintenance and development. Why it is so important to the RCA Forum and how the RCA Forum can continue to wield it’s influence.

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Brett North, WCC
Item 9 2.00pm HV permit system project

Riccardo will be talking about a new permitting system is under development to encompass all permitted heavy vehicle movements in a single system. This new system will provide a transparent view for applicants as to the progress of their request and users the ability to visualise the routes and restrictions using GIS mapping data.

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Riccardo Areosa, NZTA
Item 10 2.30pm Kiwirail/Level Crossing

Kiwirail has an exciting future planned, and all of us have an important part to play as together we create Stronger Connections for a Better New Zealand.  Stephanie Campbell is here to talk about the new vision for Kiwirail and specifics around the level crossing project being worked through with the RCAs.

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David Gordon, Kiwirail
Item 11 3.00pm Young Engineer

Mark is a young engineer helping to deliver new road infrastructure for Auckland Transport. He will offer some highlights from his first three years in the client side of the transport industry, and consider some of the early lessons in project management he has learned while working on projects across Auckland.

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Mark Allan, AT
Item 12 3.15pm New RCA Forum Website

Tom will introduce/talk you to about the RCA Forum’s new website which is intended to be up and running soon.


Tom Simonson, LGNZ
CLOSE and DRINKS 3.30pm