New Zealand’s future transport system: drivers of change. Initial report from the NZ Delphi study.
Stephenson, Janet; Hopkins, Debbie; McCarthy, Alaric
This report summarises the findings from three of the four stages of a Delphi study involving New Zealand transport experts. The Delphi technique is an iterative, multi-stage survey process, which brings together expert opinions on complex topics. The technique is widely used as a forecasting tool. The aim of the study was to gain an understanding of expert views on the drivers of change to New Zealand’s transport system, and whether interventions are required to respond to trends, innovations and potential step-changes to ensure NZ continues to thrive. This report covers initial statistical analysis of the results. A report covering more detailed analysis of these findings will be forthcoming.
Publisher: Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago
Keywords: New Zealand Transport; Delphi Study; Drivers of change; Innovations; Trends; Energy; Future transport
Research Type: Other
A workstream of the Energy Cultures research programme Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago http://energycultures.org
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