Transport

7.1 Transport

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We manage the transport network so it is sustainable, safe and efficient.

What we do

A well-planned, efficient transport system, which allows for the easy movement of people and goods to and through the city, is critical for economic growth and for residents’ quality of life. Between 200,000 and 300,000 people use some form of the city’s transport network every day.

Wellingtonians are enthusiastic users of public transport and an effective public transport network helps reduce congestion and reduces the city’s carbon emissions. A high proportion of the city’s residents walk and cycle to work instead of using private cars.

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Our targets for 2014/15 are:

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7.1 Transport Operating expenditure 2014/15 Capital expenditure
2014/15
Income Expenditure Net expenditure Total
($000) ($000) ($000) ($000)
7.1.1 - Transport planning (56) 1,117 1,061 -
7.1.2 - Vehicle network (1,284) 23,238 21,954 25,006
7.1.3 - Cycle network (27) 695 668 4,352
7.1.4 - Passenger transport network (1,025) 1,617 592 161
7.1.5 - Pedestrian network (39) 6,593 6,554 3,941
7.1.6 - Network-wide control and management (2,101) 6,328 4,227 2,104
7.1.7 - Road safety (1,737) 5,986 4,249 2,764
2014/15 7.1 Total (6,269) 45,574 39,305 38,328
         
2013/14 Total (6,264) 43,319 37,055 31,320
2012–22 LTP Yr 3 Total (6,194) 47,707 41,513 37,003
Variance 2012–22 LTP Yr 3 to DAP 14/15 (75) (2,133) (2,208) 1,325