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                    Announcements

                    • 4 June forum registration now open
                      07/05/2021

                      We are delighted to confirm the next Forum will be on 4 June at Rydges Airport hotel in Wellington.

                      Click here to register now.

                      We appreciate that through the Pandemic we have not been able to deliver our normal services. It has therefore been agreed to waive the registration fee for this upcoming Forum which is normally $100.  With the significant reforms impacting local government we think there is no better time to bring people together to network face to face, build friendships and share local experiences and knowledge.

                      The theme for the Forum is GPS2021 – Working together to meet our future funding challenges. During the session we’re going to hear from a range of speakers on topics such as funding challenges surrounding the National Land Transport Programme, Implementing Road to Zero including the new speed setting rule and KiwiRails new strategic direction. Click here for the full agenda.

                      We’re expecting a large turnout so to avoid disappointment we would recommend that you register early. There are limited spaces available.

                      Thank you for your support and patience over the last year and we look forward to welcoming you on the day.

                    • New Chair for RCAF
                      07/05/2021

                      We are pleased to announce Steve Mutton is the new Chair of the RCAF.

                    • Thank you for your feedback
                      20/04/2021

                      The survey is now closed.  The Executive Committee will meet on the 21st of May to discuss the results of the survey and future work programme.

                    • Take our survey
                      01/04/2021

                      The RCA Forum Executive is keen to hear from you. COVID-19 has put a halt to the networking programme during 2020 and the plan is to gear up to deliver a rich and interesting programme over the next three years. If you haven’t already, please engage in a short survey that will help us develop the programme to meet your needs. You can access the survey here if you haven’t already received it.

                    • New look for our website
                      17/03/2021

                      Our website is now refreshed and designed to provide easy access to the resources you need to make better decisions in your roles.

                    Forums

                    RCA Forums enable members to exchange information and provide updates on sector working group activities, proposed legislation, new standards and guidelines, highway and procurement strategies and other issues relevant to road controlling authorities and the other member organisations. A full index of forum resources is here.

                    Working Groups

                    The RCA Forum establishes specialised working groups to resolve issues that require a coordinated approach from the sector. These working groups continue as long as the issues require attention. The full list of resources for each working group includes references, past research, and coroner’s recommendations.

                    About us

                    The Road Controlling Authorities Forum (New Zealand) Incorporated (RCAF or RCA Forum) is a closed, non-political incorporated society of road asset managers and roading professionals from all territorial local authorities (except the Chatham Islands Council), the Department of Conservation and the New Zealand Transport Agency.