The machine, named Valerie in honour of Olympian Valerie Adams, is being refurbished before tunnelling the final 200m stretch down Albert Street.
Auckland Transport is putting on more services to cater for high passenger numbers that occur in this busy month.
Bob Lupton, who has been City Rail Link's Rail Systems Safety and Assurance Manager, has won the inaugural TrackSAFE NZ Safety Leadership Award.
Mayor Phil Goff has expressed his disappointment at the Government’s decision to rule out a regional fuel tax despite Auckland’s worsening traffic congestion.
The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) have announced a proposed route for a new road between Warkworth and Wellsford.
If you're getting ready to start tertiary study for the year, don't forget – you may be eligible for discounted travel with AT HOP.
Emerging Auckland's City Rail Link timeline details the progress of Auckland's most important transport priority from its inception in 2008 to -- all going well -- its completion around 2023.
The first stage of the $46 million Glen Innes to Tāmaki Drive shared path opened late last year.
Tender documents have been released for the largest component of the project – the construction of the tunnels and new stations.
The new Ōtāhuhu Station opened late last year and has already proved its worth, with the number of passengers boarding at Ōtāhuhu doubling in the first month of operation.