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Improved freight efficiency

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Improved freight efficiency

Updated 28 February 2019 11:21am

Target: Average peak period travel speed on selected regional freight routes increases by 10% on the 2014 average.

Target: Average peak period travel speed predictability on selected regional freight routes increases by 10% on the 2014 average.

Average peak period travel speed on selected strategic routes increases by 10% from the 2012-2014 average
Improved reliability of the strategic road networ

The region's freight network consist of roads, rail and port infrastructure. Road and rail are the two primary modes for freight in the region as Wellington is a key gateway for freight travelling between the north and south islands. THe figure below shows average travel speed for travel times on the region’s main arterial roads.

Average travel speed on the freight route & 2025 target

Freight average travel speed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The above figure shows the three year rolling average travel speed over three key freight routes for a time series that began in 2014.

In 2018 the inbound travel speed is faster at 61kph compared to 57 kph for outbound travel averaged over the three routes.

The dotted orange and brown lines are progression lines to the RLTP target, which is a 10% increase in travel speed compared to the 2016 baseline.

2025 Target is 67.4 kph inbound and 63.6 kph outbound.


Travel speed predictability on key regional freight routes

Freight predictability of travel speed


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The above figure shows the three year rolling average predictability over three key freight routes for a time series that began in 2014.

In 2018 the inbound and outbound predictability has improved compared to previous years for travel averaged over the three routes.

2025 Target is 95% inbound and 93% kph outbound.