Decision Making, Priority Setting and Funding of Transport Programmes
REGISTRATION AND COFFEE – 8.15am
ITEM 1 – 9.00am
Welcome, housekeeping and apologies.
Item 2 – 9.10am
Lifting Local Government productivity – the challenges
The Productivity Commission is undertaking an inquiry into funding and financing arrangements for authorities.
In their draft report the Commission found that Councils need new tools to deal with specific cost pressures. Roading and transport are a major area of local government expenditure; Murray will share with you emerging thoughts on the final recommendations to the Government and what this means for setting priorities and decision making.
Item 3 – 9.40am
Local Government Funding Implementation
This session will cover decision making, tools available and what the future is likely to look like.
MORNING TEA 10.30pm
Item 4 – 11.00am
NZTA Investment Structure
Relationship making decisions, aligning processes, speeding up decisions, GPS pre-consultation, structural changes, system change.
- NZTA structure update
- Arataki – bigger picture and impacts
- National Land Transport Programme
- Investment Decision Making Framework (IDMF) review.
Item 5 – 1.30pm
Road Efficiency Group update
- Overall REG Programme
- Ensuring the Auckland Transport (AT) network classification is fit for purpose using ONRC
- Developing the REG One Network Framework
- Lifting sector capability; developing asset Management competency
- Panel discussion.
Item 6 – 2.45pm
Young Transport Professional Framework
Item 7 – 3.00pm
Big digital discussion
Roll out of EV charging network and supporting infrastructure.
Item 8 – 3.30pm
Networking function for all RCAF members