Electronic ticket gates have been installed at Ōtāhuhu Station and began operating on 15 August.
Auckland Transport and the NZ Transport Agency have announced a preferred route for the fourth and final section of the Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive Shared Path.
You can watch progress at new viewing windows at the Wyndham Street pedestrian crossing.
The 250-space carpark at 40 Anzac Street is one of the key sites in central Takapuna that Panuku Development Auckland plans to redevelop.
Proposals to develop structure plans for thousands of homes and jobs in Auckland’s northern and southern areas and planning for mass transit has the go-ahead from Auckland Council.
This high-risk intersection will have traffic signals installed with improved pedestrian crossings, new cycle lanes and reconfigured traffic lanes.
The exotic red Sandrine will be used by Downer NZ and Soletanche Bachy JV as they work on the area around the Britomart Transport centre building.
Auckland Council’s Finance and Performance Committee has agreed in principle to the purchase of 17 new electric trains for a combined total of up to $207 million.
The first two concrete base slabs for the City Rail Link twin tunnels have been laid on Lower Queen Street.
The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) is New Zealand’s largest transport and technology museum.