In response to surging public transport demand, Auckland Transport has increased peak time bus services in several areas, including Kaipātiki.
Auckland’s City Rail Link (CRL) project was last night awarded a Leading Infrastructure Sustainability (IS) Design rating by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA), the highest possible achievement in the IS scheme.
Hibiscus Coast residents are keen to see Penlink built as soon as possible to ease congestion on Whangaparāoa Peninsula, Hibiscus Coast Highway and the surrounding area.
Auckland Transport has begun construction of the new Hibiscus Coast Busway Station.
The AT Park smartphone app, which launched on 7 March, offers a more convenient and easy way to pay for parking.
A new video has revealed an attractive tree-lined, pedestrian-friendly street with dedicated bus lanes and green vertical plantings.
The path will link the Manukau Harbour at Green Bay Beach to the Waitematā Harbour at Te Atatu Peninsula along the western edge of the Whau River.
The station on Cheshire Street provides access to Parnell and will later link to the Auckland Domain, the University of Auckland and AUT.
After getting feedback from taller passengers, Auckland Transport has redesigned its new buses so that some of the seats have extra leg room.
Auckland's Lightpath cycleway has reopened looking brighter and better protected against the elements.