Discounted off-peak fares are to become permanent on public transport in Auckland. The permanent ten per cent discount will come in on 7 February.
Thousands of Aucklanders try out the new Nelson Street cycleway, Te Ara I Whiti, which translates as the Lightpath.
Aucklanders are invited to have their say on future transport plans for new growth areas in the northwest until 15 January 2021.
Auckland Transport is proposing new cycling designs that provide the critical missing links in the current cycling network in Māngere.
Whau Local Board and Auckland Transport are proposing to improve safety at the busy Blockhouse Bay roundabout.
The Tāmaki community is getting the chance to help make several Point England streets safer and more vibrant.
Auckland Transport is asking for feedback on a proposal to change the speed limits of 26 roads in the west and north of Auckland as part of an amendment to the Speed Limits Bylaw 2019.
Auckland Transport has announced this year’s Travelwise Choices Award recipients, recognising the commitment of business, individuals and community organisations who encourage staff, students, customers and volunteers to make fewer car journeys.
Test rugby is back in Auckland this Sunday, 18 October, with the Bledisloe Cup match between the All Blacks and Australia.
A new plan launches on 21 October to make freight movement smarter, more climate-compatible and more efficient across Auckland.
A connected rapid transit network to Auckland Airport is a step closer – with a $14 million investment to upgrade Puhinui Road and Lambie Drive for the new AirportLink bus service about to get underway.
Watch: A video created for Auckland Council’s Heritage Festival transports us back to Auckland’s waterfront 100 years ago, showcasing the preservation of a historic stone staircase as part of the Downtown Programme.
Strengthened collaboration between Auckland’s Regional Parks and the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park a welcome step forward
Hauraki Gulf Forum Co-Chairs Nicola MacDonald and Pippa Coom have welcomed the adoption of Auckland Council’s new Regional Parks Management Plan (RPMP), which will see strengthened collaboration between Auckland’s Regional Parks and the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park.
Auckland Council has kicked off the recent $13.3 million funding for tree planting across the next decade with a commemorative planting day at Puhinui Reserve.
The Mayoral Drive end of Federal Street is now a tree-lined, pedestrian-scale, community-focused shared space.
Parks and Playgrounds
The recent opening of the new Karekare Surf Lifesaving Club was celebrated over the weekend.
Auckland Council’s PACE Committee has voted to approve the Regional Parks Management Plan to guide management of the regional parks network for the next decade.
A recent report to the Auckland Domain Committee celebrates Pukekawa / Auckland Domain’s successes over the last three years, revealing Auckland Council’s most significant outcomes achieved for the Domain.
Auckland Council’s Parks, Arts, Community and Events (PACE) Committee has voted for further public consultation on the amended Auckland Golf Investment Plan.
In just eight years’ time, transport systems across Auckland will look vastly different. Roads will be less congested, more residents will be biking, walking or using public transport, and our carbon emissions will no longer feature near the top of the OECD’s worst offender’s list.
An Auckland where we all have more choice in how we travel, and where we are collectively less vulnerable to global risks; is the vision outlined in the proposed Transport Emissions Reduction Pathway.
Auckland Light Rail is a step closer towards enlisting its team for the detailed planning and design of a new light rail line from the City Centre to Māngere.
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Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland Council Group's year-end results reflect successful financial prudence
Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland Council Group’s Annual Report 2021/2022 released today shows that despite the impacts of COVID-19 and economic challenges it faced, the group provided the services that Aucklanders expect and maintained financial resilience.