New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) is a New Zealand Government body that is responsible for the land transport system in New Zealand. NZTA employs approximately 1,400 staff and is headquartered in Wellington.

The New Zealand Transport Agency is responsible for the planning and funding of land transport. The company achieves this through four core business functions:

  • Planning the land transport networks
  • Investing in land transport
  • Managing the state highway network
  • Providing access to and use of the land transport system 

The New Zealand Transport Agency is also involved in regulation through the provision of driver testing services, vehicle registration and licensing and the issuance of driver licences.


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