The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) is New Zealand’s largest transport and technology museum.
In the year to June, there were 88.4 million trips on Auckland's public transport network, a 6.7 per cent increase on the previous year.
Find answers to some of the questions that have been circulating, and learn what will happen next in this long-awaited project.
Auckland Council will make a decision next week on authorising a $207 million purchase of 17 new electric and battery powered trains.
From business development to cycle ways, the City Rail Link, the waterfront, parks improvements, growing transport options and not to mention housing - it is full on downtown.
A small, pale pink flower blooming from cracks and crevices along Auckland's Oakley Creek has caught the eye of botanists who believe it may be a new, previously unidentified native species of geranium.
Phase two of the Nelson Street Cycleway has started, with phase three to follow.
Auckland Transport (AT) is looking at introducing paid parking with a residential parking zone for Grafton. This will manage car-parking for residents and visitors.
With congestion on Auckland’s roads becoming more of a challenge and more expensive as our city grows, we need to get smarter about transport, says Auckland Council’s Chief Economist, David Norman.
People passing by the former Chief Post Office building in Lower Queen Street will have noticed some shiny new additions to the construction area.