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Auckland Harbour Crossing Preliminary Business Case Report

Auckland Harbour Crossing Preliminary Business Case Report

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New Zealand Transport Agency Additional Waitemata Harbour Crossing
Preliminary Business Case
 
PricewaterhouseCoopersNew Zealand Institute of Economic Research
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Restrictions of this report
This report has been prepared by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research(NZIER) for the NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) solely for the purposes stated herein and should not be relied upon for anyother purpose. We accept no liability to any party should it be used for any purpose other than that for which it wasprepared.This Report is strictly confidential and (save to the extent required by applicable law and/or regulation) must not bereleased to any third party without our express written consent which is at our sole discretion.To the fullest extent permitted by law, PwC accepts no duty of care to any third party in connection with the provision of this Report and/or any related information or explanation (together, the “Information”). Accordingly, regardless of the formof action, whether in contract, tort (including without limitation, negligence) or otherwise, and to the extent permitted byapplicable law, PwC accepts no liability of any kind to any third party and disclaims all responsibility for the consequencesof any third party acting or refraining to act in reliance on the Information.We have not independently verified the accuracy of information provided to us, and have not conducted any form of auditin respect of NZTA. Accordingly, we express no opinion on the reliability, accuracy, or completeness of the informationprovided to us and upon which we have relied.The statements and opinions expressed herein have been made in good faith, and on the basis that all information reliedupon is true and accurate in all material respects, and not misleading by reason of omission or otherwise.The statements and opinions expressed in this report are based on information available as at the date of the report.We reserve the right, but will be under no obligation, to review or amend our Report, if any additional information, whichwas in existence on the date of this report was not brought to our attention, or subsequently comes to light.We have relied on forecasts and assumptions prepared by NZTA, Beca, SKM and other parties about future events which,by their nature, are not able to be independently verified. Inevitably, some assumptions may not materialise andunanticipated events and circumstances are likely to occur. Therefore, actual results in the future will vary from theforecasts upon which we have relied. These variations may be material.This report is issued pursuant to the terms and conditions set out in our contract with NZTA.
 
PricewaterhouseCoopersNew Zealand Institute of Economic Research
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NZ Transport Agency
Contents
Background reports to be read in conjunction with the Preliminary Business Case
......................................................vii
1. Executive Summary
.................................................................................................................................1
1.1 Purpose
........................................................................................................................................1
1.2 Dimensions underpinning analysis
....................................................................................................1
1.3 Relationship of this Preliminary Business Case to Treasury and NZTA guidance
.....................................1
2. Project Objectives and Scope
....................................................................................................................6
2.1 Background - Organisational Overview
..............................................................................................6
2.2 Integrated Planning
........................................................................................................................7
3. Description of Service Need
......................................................................................................................9
3.1 Background
..................................................................................................................................9
3.2 Current AHB Corridor Constraints
.....................................................................................................9
3.3 Demand on the Northern Busway
...................................................................................................10
3.4 Network Resilience
......................................................................................................................11
3.5 Freight Management
....................................................................................................................12
3.6 Active Modes
..............................................................................................................................13
3.7 Future Transport Network Development
..........................................................................................13
3.8 Addressing Future Constraints
.......................................................................................................13
3.9 Wider impacts on the New Zealand economy and competitiveness
......................................................14
4. Key Assumptions
...................................................................................................................................18
4.1 Assumptions around the Do-Minimum
.............................................................................................18
4.2 Assumptions around the Engineering Options
..................................................................................18
4.3 Assumptions for Economic Analysis
................................................................................................20

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