The views of people who live, work and play in the Auckland region are important to us. To help us make better decisions, Auckland Transport frequently consults and engages with Auckland communities on a variety of regional and local issues.
How to have your say
There are a variety of ways you can have your say on Auckland Transport projects, plans and strategies. You can:
- Respond to a current consultation.
- The AT Research Panel is Auckland Transport's online customer panel that you can join if you want to take part in surveys and consultations on a variety of transport related topics including cycling, walking, parking, public transport, roads and marketing activities. Read more about the AT Research Panel and how to sign up.
- Our Auckland is a monthly Auckland Council publication (delivered to all mailboxes across Auckland) with details about upcoming transport projects and initiatives.
- Attend and speak at a public board meeting.
If you would like to make a general comment, request a service, make a complaint or speak to someone within the organisation, please contact us.
- For consultations currently underway, see Parking consultations.
Integrated transport assessment (ITA) guidelines review
Consultation closes 28 March 2014
The integrated transport assessment (ITA) guidelines outline AT's preferred features and format for integrated transport assessments by traffic engineers. The ITA guidelines were originally prepared by the Auckland Regional Transport Authority (ARTA) in 2007 for assessing the accessibility of development proposals by multiple modes of transport (walking, cycling, public transport and private motor vehicles) and the potential effects proposals could have on the transport network.
Auckland Transport commenced a review of the integrated transport assessment guidelines in 2011 to respond to issues that have arisen with the use of the existing ARTA guidelines.
Finalisation of the guidelines was delayed until after the notification of the proposed Auckland Unitary Plan, to ensure that the two documents are consistent.
The recently-notified Unitary Plan introduced a requirement (section 2.7.9) that an integrated transport assessment be prepared as part of the resource consent application process once a proposal meets or exceeds certain thresholds. Assessments must be prepared in accordance with any integrated transport assessment guidelines that are adopted by Auckland Transport.
Auckland Transport is now undertaking a final round of consultation before our integrated transport assessment guidelines are adopted in 2014.
Feedback on the guidelines closes on 28 March 2014 and should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Auckland Transport Code of Practice
Consultation closes 31 March 2014
Auckland Transport Code of Practice (ATCOP) provides quality standards to ensure that the function, condition and useful service life of transport assets is consistently achieved across the region.
Lincoln Road upgrade
Consultation closed 7 February
AT sought public feedback on the preliminary design for the upgrade of Lincoln Road, from Te Pai Place to the State Highway 16 interchange.
Sharrow road marking trial
Consultation closed 31 January
AT is undertaking a 12-month trial of 'sharrow' (cyclist) road markings at five locations across Auckland.
Tamaki Dr and Ngapipi Rd intersection safety improvements
Consultation closed 20 January
AT proposes installing traffic lights at the intersection of Tamaki Drive and Ngapipi Road to address pedestrian, cycle and vehicle safety issues.
Safer cycling plans for Mt Roskill
Consultation closed 20 December 2013
AT sought feedback on the initial design for a new cycleway connecting through War Memorial Park, Keith Hay Park, Molley Green Reserve and Waikowhai Road Park
Get more details about the proposal
Otahuhu bus train interchange
Consultation closed 20 December 2013
Auckland Transport sought public feedback on the early concept designs for the new bus train interchange at Otahuhu.