Have your say on our draft Naming Policy. Among other changes, we’re proposing to add some provisions in the policy to encourage locally significant Māori names for streets, reserves, community facilities and other public places in Tauranga. If you participated in our survey earlier this year, your feedback has been taken into account but we’re now keen to get your thoughts on the full content and wording of the draft policy. Have your say!
The NZ Transport Agency is warning people to be on the lookout for a scam vehicle licence (registration) email currently in circulation.
If you’ve recently received an email, check the details carefully. If the email was genuinely sent from the Transport Agency, it will include your specific vehicle details including:
- Your vehicle’s plate number
- Vehicle make
- The expiry date of your current vehicle licence
Click here for more advice and information.
We're excited to launch a free Bay of Plenty regional bus service for tertiary students in 2020! 🚍
The service will mean students in Katikati, Rotorua and Whakatāne will be able to travel to and from Tauranga for classes. With these buses, students from around the Bay will be able to get to their classes, without the added stress of finding and paying for transport.
The service is a joint venture with Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology and the Bay of Plenty Regional Council.