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Auckland Mini-SNUG date set….

The date has been set for our mini-SNUG. This will be held on 20 February 2018.

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The SNUG Committee and Chair Jeff Greenough are pleased to announce the 2018 SNUG Mini-Workshop!

The SNUG Committee has elected to hold the event in Auckland, over one day on the 20th of February 2018.

The format of this Mini-SNUG workshop will be slightly different from previous versions, being an interactive day to discuss signals-related issues that the committee has been working on, including the following topics:

  • Detection
  • Standards consistency
  • Compliance with signals / education of the public
  • Cycle signal infrastructure
  • Pedestrian signal infrastructure
  • Training requirements
  • Signals and traffic management
  • SCATS update

In addition, we will be holding our AGM at the Mini Workshop.

This year's event will be held at Auckland Airport Novotel. Day-catering is provided for all attendees.

The Novotel is a short walk from the Auckland Airport Domestic Terminal. Free parking will also be available at the hotel for SNUG delegates.

As this is a day workshop, there will not be a SNUG dinner. However, there will be optional social networking at the bar after the workshop is finished.

Earlybird Pricing is $89.00+GST (before the end of January), or $96.00+GST after January 31st.

To book online, click here

See you there in February 2018!

About SNUG

The object of the Signals NZ User Group (SNUG) is the advancement of the fundamental knowledge of the art, science and practice of design, operation and maintenance of traffic signals.

SNUG is a subgroup of the IPENZ Transportation Group. Membership of SNUG is open to anyone with a membership of the IPENZ Transportation Group. If you wish to join then please email

The affairs of the SNUG are managed by a National Management Committee. They are responsible for the policy and administration of the Group, including:

  • arranging conferences, seminars and symposia
  • developing liaisons with existing organisations with similar or related objectives
  • promotion of technical education by such means as discussion groups, technical papers and assistance to educational authorities
  • assistance with the preparation of standard specifications, contract procedures, codes of practice, etc
  • preparation of public relations material
  • encouragement of relevant research
  • the expression of the views of the Group on matters within the Group's activity and interests

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Contact Person: Sean Lewis (SNUG Chairman)


phone: 027 599 4584


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