Some of Auckland’s double-decker buses have been temporarily taken off the road as a precaution to fix a chassis fault.
Eight sets of engine units and carriages, as well as spare parts, are currently on a ship headed for Mozambique, where they will be used for passenger travel around the capital city of Maputo.
The City Rail Link’s Albert Street safety hoardings have gone from boring to beautiful with the addition of almost 100 photographic images of Albert Street architecture and businesses.
Auckland's simpler, more integrated public transport network will provide better access around Auckland for more people, at more times of the day, more often.
A new 90- tonne compact piling rig has started work at downtown Auckland where the CRL tunnels are being built in the Chief Post Office / Britomart Transport Centre building.
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.
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.