Auckland Transport is responsible for the maintenance and upgrade of much of the city’s transport infrastructure, including streets, berms and footpaths, street lights, road signs and bus shelters.
If you see a problem on our roads or a transport asset that needs maintenance, please report it so we can investigate.
Maintenance is all about keeping our transport infrastructure in good condition so your travel around Auckland is as safe, swift and enjoyable as possible, whichever way you choose to do it.
AT carries out roadworks to maintain and improve the road network, from crack and pot hole repair to surface correction and road sweeping.
Footpath & berm maintenance
AT maintains streets, footpaths, and grass verges or berms, so that both traffic and pedestrians can move safely.
Road sign maintenance
AT maintains most signs on the road network, including road signs, street name signs and amenity signs.
AT is responsible for sealing unsealed roads in the Auckland region, based on available funding.
Auckland Council is responsible for the control of weeds and pest plants in our footpaths, berms, streets and roads.
Ramp signals manage the rate at which vehicles move along motorway on-ramps and onto the motorway