Auckland Transport is responsible for all of the region’s transport services (excluding state highways), from roads and footpaths, to cycling, parking and public transport.
Auckland Transport's day-to-day activities keep Auckland's transport systems moving; including planning and funding of public transport, promoting alternative ways to get around and operating the local roading network.
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Call 09 355 3553 for Auckland Transport contact centre operating 24 hours, seven days a week.
Forms & applications
Forms, permits and applications for parking, cycling, building or working on the road.
Have your say
Help us make better decisions on projects, plans and strategies.
Our role & organisation
Find out all about us: what we do, who we work with and how we do it.
Find out about AT’s approach to Sustainability, our goals and priorities.
Code of Practice
Quality standards to ensure the function, condition and service life of transport assets is achieved consistently across the region.
Strategies, plans and programmes for transport in Auckland over the next 30 years.
Know the rules that apply to all vessels.
Working on the road
All work on the road, berm and footpath, road closures, and traffic or parking restrictions must be approved by AT.
Working with AT
Suppliers, operators, contractors and partners find out about working with AT.
Join the team that works to deliver a world-class transport system, helping to make Auckland the best place to live, work and play.
Find out about our procurement process, professional services register, current tenders, contracts awarded and upcoming work.
Manuals & guidelines
Guidelines for contractors needing to do work in the road, traffic management and design of streets and paths.
Reports & publications
Auckland Transport's public documents, including annual reports, traffic counts, patronage reports, research reports and assessments.
Maintenance and upgrade of much of the city’s transport infrastructure, including streets, berms and footpaths, street lights, road signs and bus shelters.