Responding to Aucklanders’ feedback, Auckland Council will deliver the last three stages of the Wai Horotiu Queen Street Project in one cohesive design.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff also encourages everyone to mask-up on public transport.
A one-of-a-kind scenic view is being proposed in the latest plan of the Glen Innes to Tāmaki Drive shared path and Auckland Transport is urging residents to have their say.
Auckland Council has established a Transport Emissions Reference Group to develop options to help achieve the bold emissions-reduction targets outlined in Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland’s Climate Plan.
Two sections of New Zealand’s deepest railway station are joined up after an underground breakthrough at City Rail Link’s Karangahape Station.
Later this year Auckland Transport will seek public feedback on its next phase of proposed safer speed limits, including reviewing speed limits on approximately 614 km of roads for possible reductions.
The upgrades to Karangahape Road make the iconic street more pedestrian and cycle-friendly, attractive and environmentally sustainable with widened footpaths, two rainbow crossings, native planting, safe separated cycleways, bike parking, and improved bus shelters and more.
Auckland Council has been successful in securing $1.9m over two years from the DOC administered Jobs for Nature Fund to support kauri dieback work in the region.
Together, Auckland Council, Auckland Transport and Mana whenua have reimagined downtown.
The council has approved a new draft Contributions Policy for consultation. Aucklanders can have their say from 20 September 2021.
Hear how private and public investment are both key players in the development of our city centre
New bilingual signs in a park bearing a name provided by mana whenua are just one of the ways Manurewa Local Board is showing pride in the area’s strong Māori identity and championing te reo Māori.
Auckland Council is reminding Aucklanders to stay home and stay local this weekend while the region remains at COVID-19 Alert Level 4.