Thank you to all those that attended Trafinz Safety and Efficiency Conference 2013. See below for further details from the conference.


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Click here to view an overview of the survey results.

Trafinz Achievement Awards

Click here to read all about the recipients and their projects.


The New Zealand Local Authority Traffic Institute or Trafinz represents local authority views on road safety and traffic management in New Zealand. It exists to lobby the government, to influence decision making on road safety and traffic issues. It also acts as a forum for collectively pursuing traffic issues of interest to local authorities, and for sharing information and advice.

The Trafinz Annual Conference is New Zealand’s premier forum for representatives from the traffic engineering, road safety and transportation planning community.  It is intended to stimulate debate and collaboration amongst peers who are working in the transportation arena with an interest in road safety, sustainability and traffic management.

This will be an ideal opportunity to network, share and learn new ideas across this diverse discipline.  This is the first time the Trafinz Conference has been held in Rotorua, so you can enjoy the unique and beautiful environment that is Rotorua along with attending this premium conference.

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Conference Theme

The conversation is changing.  We are increasingly understanding that it’s not ‘either’ safety ‘or’ efficiency, but ‘both’ safety ‘and’ efficiency that we are challenged to deliver.

These are examples from one end of the spectrum, but how do we achieve both safety and efficiency right across the spectrum? 

Safety and efficiency – going forward, the challenge is delivering both.