What is a Transport Management Association?
TMA stands for Transport Management Association. Wynyard Quarter Transport Management Association is an independent group of businesses whose mission is to be: “the voice of Wynyard Quarter: creating a thriving environment for business and community and foster economic vitality by building partnerships and delivering targeted transport initiatives.”
The formation of a voluntary Transport Management Association (TMA) was a condition of the original planning consent issued for Wynyard Quarter (WQ). It was proposed in the District Plan as a way that transport and travel to the area could be managed to meet the needs of all stakeholders.
Wynyard Quarter Transport Management Association is not part of Auckland Council or Auckland Transport, it is an independent business-led organisation. It is a member only organisation that works with and for those who are part of it.
With a large amount of businesses and residents already in the area, with numbers increasing, there is a growing need to ensure everyone is working together. A real change to travel patterns, on the scale and timeline needed for Wynyard Quarter to function effectively, requires a partnership approach. If sustainable patterns of travel are to be embedded, all organisations need to be actively engaged.
Who owns the Wynyard Quarter Transport Management Association and how is it run?
Wynyard Quarter Transport Management Association is an incorporated society that is owned and run by its members. Membership is open to anyone within the designated Wynyard Quarter boundary.
Wynyard Quarter Transport Management Association has its own website with details of activities, membership, news and much more click here to view it.
To contact WQ Transport Management Association click here