Pawsitive news – Large dogs now welcome on Auckland’s buses
From 21 May, Auckland’s buses will welcome large dogs with leads and approved muzzles on board.
Te Mahia train use numbers climb back
The numbers using Te Mahia station are returning to pre-COVID levels.
Boards urge simple approach to speeds
A simple approach to speeds is being urged to help road safety.
City shaping strategy gets approval for consultation
Auckland Council’s Planning, Environment and Parks Committee today approved a draft strategy for how Tāmaki Makaurau should grow and change over the next 30 years, which will go out for public consultation on Tuesday 6 June.
Piha Road cordon to be lifted at midday on Friday
Auckland Council has announced the cordon restricting access into Piha will be removed at midday on Friday 5 May, opening up this much-loved area to non-residents again, following the extreme weather events earlier this year.
South urged to speak up on transport needs
Residents from across the south of then city are being encouraged to play a part in deciding transport priorities.
Bike Box gets motu on the move
The Waiheke Bike Box initiative has put over 300 bicycles into action on Waiheke’s roads since opening in May 2022, thanks to ongoing support from Waiheke Local Board.
Broad road safety approach urged
Franklin Local Board has provided feedback to a proposed approach to Katoa, Ka Ora - Speed Management Plan for Auckland, calling for different approaches in rural and urban environments and engineering solutions for difficult roads.