10 datasets found

  • Freight RCA Programme Inclusion 50MAX

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    50MAX is a new generation of truck that allows for safer and more efficient transport of freight goods. As part of the 50MAX permitting programme, we ask truck drivers to make sure they know where they can and can’t drive. There are 4 layers that represent the state highway and local road restrictions where 50MAX trucks aren’t permitted to travel. Freight...
    Created 29 June 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • Freight RCA Bridge Restrictions 50MAX

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    50MAX is a new generation of truck that allows for safer and more efficient transport of freight goods. As part of the 50MAX permitting programme, we ask truck drivers to make sure they know where they can and can’t drive. There are 4 layers that represent the state highway and local road restrictions where 50MAX trucks aren’t permitted to travel. Freight...
    Created 11 May 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • Freight SH Restrictions 50MAX

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    50MAX is a new generation of truck that allows for safer and more efficient transport of freight goods. As part of the 50MAX permitting programme, we ask truck drivers to make sure they know where they can and can’t drive. There are 4 layers that represent the state highway and local road restrictions where 50MAX trucks aren’t permitted to travel. Freight...
    Created 11 May 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • Freight RCA Road Restrictions 50MAX

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    50MAX is a new generation of truck that allows for safer and more efficient transport of freight goods. As part of the 50MAX permitting programme, we ask truck drivers to make sure they know where they can and can’t drive. There are 4 layers that represent the state highway and local road restrictions where 50MAX trucks aren’t permitted to travel. Freight...
    Created 11 May 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • 50MAX road restrictions

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    50MAX is a new generation of truck that allows for safer and more efficient transport of freight goods. As part of the 50MAX permitting programme, we ask truck drivers to make sure they know where they can and can’t drive. There are 4 layers that represent the state highway and local road restrictions where 50MAX trucks aren’t permitted to travel. Freight...
    Created 11 May 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • KiwiRail Bridges

    KiwiRail Holdings Limited
    KiwiRail bridges on the rail network, represented as a single polyline for each bridge, which aligns with the track centreline (MainLeft/UpMain only) from the start point to end point of the bridge asset.  Includes all bridges supporting a track asset, which may be over rivers, streams, roads or other infrastructure.  Bridges are identified with a...
    Created 28 October 2020 Updated 28 September 2021
  • KiwiRail Bridges

    KiwiRail Holdings Limited
    KiwiRail bridges on the rail network, represented as a single polyline for each bridge, which aligns with the track centreline (MainLeft/UpMain only) from the start point to end point of the bridge asset.  Includes all bridges supporting a track asset, which may be over rivers, streams, roads or other infrastructure.  Bridges are identified with a...
    Created 28 September 2021 Updated 28 September 2021
  • Number and Length of Bridges Built and Renewed

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    The number and length of bridges built and renewed within Road Controlling Authority areas, each region and NZ over the last 10 years.
    Created 15 May 2017 Updated 15 December 2020
  • Number and Length of Bridges

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    The number and length of bridges within Road Controlling Authority areas, each region and NZ over the last 10 years.
    Created 14 May 2017 Updated 15 December 2020
  • Structures in Rivers

    Greater Wellington Regional Council
    This layer contains data on all the known structures in rivers in the Wellington region. The data was obtained from various data sets including: GW consents, Parks department assets, Flood Protection assets, the LINZ database and the 'Structures in Rivers' 2003 study. For more information, contact the Biodiversity team at biodiversity@gw.govt.nz.
    Created 6 February 2020 Updated 2 September 2020
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