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Monitoring & Evaluation

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Monitoring & Evaluation

Updated 15 March 2021 2:00pm

2019/20 Monitoring  report

This is the final monitoring report for the 2015 Wellington Regional Land Transport Plan (RLTP). For the duration of this plan, seven RLTP targets had been reached. The measures where targets were reached included: public transport mode share, populations in close proximity to bus and rail services, a regional risk register and reduced emissions for the bus fleet. These indicators can be located within the monitoring & evaluation section.

Annual Monitoring report 2020

2018/19 Monitoring  report

 2018/19 Monitoring report

2017/18 Monitoring  report

2017-18 AMR for the RLTP

2016/17 Monitoring Report

2016/17 Annual Monitoring report on the RLTP

2015/16 Monitoring Report

Annual Monitoring report on the RLTP 2015/16

2014/15 Monitoring Report
2014/15 Monitoring Report

Progress against RLTP targets

The RLTP 2015 has a series of targets which have been developed out to 2025, these signal the magnitude of change the region seeks for each of the RLTP outcomes.  These targets highlight each outcome's importance to the regional community.

Targets enable the region to monitor whether progress is in the general direction set by the outcome, and whether progress has been made to the extent desired.  Achieving these strategic targets will be very challenging.  However, they have been set at a level within the realm of possibility but will depend on all agencies, including central government, taking a strong lead in their respective roles.

A full monitoring report is now published at least every three years, so to ensure up to date information is available for related policy development work, progress against the strategic targets for each RLTP key outcome is updated annually, or as soon as data becomes available.  The following section shows the RLTP 2015 key outcomes with links to the measures and associated targets.

 

The RLTP objectives and outcomes :

Objective: 'A high quality, reliable public transport network'

 Objective: 'A reliable and effective strategic road network'

 Objective: 'An effective network for the movement of freight'

 Objective: 'A safer system for all users of our regional road network'

 Objective: 'An increasingly resilient transport network'

  •  Improved transport infrastructure resilience to disruption from unplanned events
  • A transport network that supports the restoration of access and regional recovery after a major event
  • Reduced regional economic risk

Objective: 'A well planned, connected and integrated transport network'

Objective: 'An attractive and safe walking and cycling network'

Objective: 'An efficient and optimised transport system that minimises the impact on the environment'