The transport industry is worried about being hit in the pocket following yet another damning report on the NZ Transport Agency.  The long awaited review released on Wednesday said the agency had focused on building roads ahead of safety, and Transport Minister Phil Twyford announced $45m to boost the agency’s regulatory work, along with changes to the way it would be funded in future.  Road Transport Forum chief executive Nick Leggett said those proposals, which included recovering a fairer proportion of costs from a wider group of road users, could see the a pendulum swing into over-regulation and more expense put on road users  “We’re concerned that throwing more money into regulation will see investment in road maintenance suffer. “ READ MORE: *NZ Transport Agency spends $50m on legal costs and improving safety enforcement * NZ Transport Agency ditches plans for ‘Uber on steroids’ * Transport agency takes 35 offending operators off the road * Damning report canes Transport Agency team for “weak” and “lax” financial management * Whistleblowing blues – NZ Transport Agency staff scared to speak up about management prob...