- Kiwirail owns and operate a national rail network, provides transport of bulk and consolidated freight, operates ferry services (forming the “bridge” between the North and South Islands) for rail and road freight, and for passengers and their vehicles.
- Provides and supports rail passenger services in metropolitan areas, and long-distance services for both domestic and tourist markets.
- Manages and develops property holdings for rail operations and appropriate third-party land use.
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