The Public Transport Forum New Zealand is an umbrella group advocating for all aspects of public transport ¶
Our vision is for sustainable environmentally friendly public transport connecting communities across Aotearoa New Zealand for everyone, everywhere, easily.
Who we are ¶
The Public Transport Forum New Zealand is a national advocacy group that promotes sustainable public transport across Aotearoa New Zealand and to achieve zero carbon emissions. Its supporters consist of individuals and organisations.
Supporting organisations ¶
Aotearoa Rural Rail / Rerewhenua ā-rohe o Aotearoa
An advocacy group for better passenger rail services for semi-rural and rural communities in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Federation of Rail Organisations of New Zealand
The Federation of Rail Organisations of NZ (FRONZ) exists to represent the Heritage & Tourist Rail Industry in Aotearoa/New Zealand. For further information, visit fronz.org.nz.
New Zealand Rail Coalition
A political advocacy party that advocates that rail is a national strategic national asset that should be used as a resource for building our nation. For further information, visit railparty.nz.
Public Transport User Association - NZ
An advocacy group for better public transport in the Auckland region.
TRAC: The Rail Advocacy Collective
A non-politically aligned advocacy group set up to promote the highest potential use of rail in Aotearoa New Zealand. For further information, visit trac.nz.
Save our Trains
We are a non-partisan network of concerned citizens who want to save our national passenger rail network and have a conversation about the future of passenger rail. For further information, visit allrailways.co.nz
Is your organisation missing? ¶
Contact us via email@example.com and tell us why your organisation would be a good fit to join us in advocating for great public transport.