Over 500 people heard Dr Matts-Ake Belin talk about the Vision Zero approach to road safety at Auckland Conversations.
East Auckland will have a simpler, more frequent and connected bus network from 10 December.
Almost 180 Auckland schools have qualified for a Travelwise award this year.
More trains are on the way for Auckland meaning more frequent services and more seats for passengers.
There is huge economic benefit from public transport investment to those who continue to travel by car.
Auckland’s first transport officers began working on Western Line trains on 7 November.
The plans for the New Lynn to Avondale Shared Path are now complete.
Auckland Transport is proud to launch the first AT Community Bike Fund, with $35,000 of funding available to community groups to support cycling initiatives and projects.
AT is working on designs for the bus interchange, which will be located next to the new Half Moon Bay pier.
The Manukau Bus Station is being developed in partnership with mana whenua.