Te Manatū Waka Ministry of Transport are undertaking a long-term project about how we pay for Aotearoa New Zealand’s land transport system in the future.

The ministry wants to listen to a wide range of people and understand different perspectives about ‘who should pay for what’ as we see the demands and expectations on our transport system changing. It is inviting people to share their ideas and vote on the ideas of others in an interactive online conversation called Polis.

This will be open until early November – and participants can check in throughout that time to see what else has been said. It’s an anonymous and engaging way to share thoughts, opinions or ideas about things like fairness, access, climate response and costs of transport in Aotearoa New Zealand.

For more information and to join the conversation, visit How should we fund the transport system in the future?