Find Transport expertise in New Zealand

New Zealand has a 4000km of rail network, owned and run by the state-owned New Zealand Railways Corporation. 15% of the country’s internal freight is transported by rail and over 18 million passengers travel on urban railway services each year (2008).  Scenic rail routes across the country are also very popular with tourists. Approximately 66% of the 93,580km of roads are paved and the road network on average carries 70% of the country’s internal freight and 84% of journeys to work (2010).

Major international airports can be found in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin. Domestic flights also serve further airports in the country.

Ports in New Zealand mainly play a role in freight and shipping operations but inter-island passenger services also operate across the Cook Strait.

Transport Infrastructure organisations in New Zealand
Air New Zealand