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Welcome to Trips Database Bureau

TDB ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Thursday 10th September 2015

TDB will be holding its 2015 Annual General Meeting shortly in conjunction with the 2015 NZ MUGS Conference.  We will hold the meeting following hte first day's programme, at 5:00pm, to allow those not attending the conterence to pop in. 

 

Thirteenth Annual General Meeting 2015

10th September 2015 at 5:00pm

at the 2015 NZ MUGS Conference Venue

Mercure Hotel

8 Customs Street East

Auckland 1010, New Zealand

 

The meeting agenda includes the election of up to six Board members (two New Zealand, four Australia).  Nomination forms may be found on our website.

For details of the agenda and reports, please click here .

Any queries or matters pertaining to this Annual General Meeting may be directed to either the Chair (Tony Brennand) or the Executive Officer (Stuart Woods). 

 

The Trips Database Bureau 

Transport trip and parking rates are an important aspect of land development within New Zealand and Australia.

Engineers and planners use trip and parking data to:

  • Predict how may people may visit a development.
  • Calculate the number of car parking spaces required.
  • Calculate the proportion of people using different transport modes.
  • Quantify the scale of effect a development may have.
  • Quantify the size of a development based on available transport capacity.

It is important that the information used to calculate these items is reliable and relates to specific New Zealand and Australian land uses. The Trips Database Bureau (TDB) has established a database that collects and maintains reliable trip and parking demand data.

If you work in an engineering or planning consultancy, with a local or regional council, or you have an involvement in transport surveys you should consider joining TDB.