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Pay or query fines
|Pay your fine|
|When to use||To pay your parking or bus lane fine online. Get more information about other ways to pay your fine.|
|Online form||Pay your parking or bus lane fine|
|Query parking or bus lane fine|
|When to use||To query or contest your parking or bus lane fine online. Get more information about parking rules and rules for bus and transit lanes.|
|Online form||Query or contest your parking or bus lane fine|
|Printable form||Query your parking or bus lane infringement (PDF 92KB)|
|When to use||To have your infringement notice transferred to another person (because they bought your vehicle, for example). You'll need to provide a statutory declaration, supporting evidence and details of the fine. Get more information about transferring liability.|
|Printable forms||Download the forms to transfer liability for a fine.|
|Court hearing request|
|When to use||To request a written submission or defended hearing in court. Get more information about paying or querying your fine.|
|Printable form||Court hearing request (PDF 309KB)|
Parking leases and permits
|Lease parking applications|
|When to use||To apply for a monthly parking lease in any of the Auckland Transport car parking buildings. Get more information about monthly lease parking.|
|Online form||Apply for a car park lease|
|Resident parking permits|
|When to use||When you need a permit to park
|Online form||Apply for a resident parking permit|
|Critical services permits|
|When to use||When you need to park close to where you work - for essential services. Get more information on whether you comply and additional information required for the essential services permit application.|
|Online form||Apply for an essential services parking permit|
|Mobility parking permits|
|When to use||When you require a mobility parking permit. Get more information about the Mobility Parking Permits.|
|Online form||Apply for a mobility parking permit on the Mobility Parking website|
|When to use||When you want reserved parking for filming and events. Get more information on the amount of notice required and costs for filming parking permit.|
|Online form||Apply for a filming permit|
Working on the road
The National Code of Practice for Utility Operators Access to Transport Corridors on the New Zealand Utilities Advisory Group website defines the set of standards for working
The Code is mandatory under the Utilities Access Act 2010 and applies to all works carried out in the transport corridors, whether the work is for or by a utility, local government, commercial organisation or private individual(s).
|Non-Excavation Corridor Access Request (
|When to use||When you need to do any work or activity in the street that does not
|Online form||Apply for a Non-Excavation Corridor Access Request on myworksites.co.nz.|
|Corridor Access Request (CAR) (formerly called Road Opening Notice)|
|When to use||When you intend digging up any part of the road reserve. Get more information about Corridor Access Requests, the different types and when you would need to apply.|
|Online form||Apply for a Corridor Access Request on myworksites.co.nz.|
|Vehicle crossing (new driveway that crosses the footpath)|
|When to use||When you want to apply for permission to construct a vehicle crossing. Get more information about vehicle crossings, the application process and costs.|
|Printable form||Application to construct a Vehicle Crossing (PDF 68KB)|
Building and encroachment
|Changing the legal status of a road ("road stopping")|
|When to use||When you want to apply to change the legal status of a road (also known as 'road stopping').
Find out about changing the legal status of a road.
|Printable form||Application for changing the legal status of a road (PDF 144KB)|
|Road encroachment licences or leases|
|When to use||When you want to encroach on, beneath or above the legal road corridor. Examples of road encroachments are decks, garages, verandas or ground anchors.
Find out about road encroachment licences or leases.
|Printable form||Application for road encroachment licence or leases (PDF 144KB)|
|Removal of building line restrictions|
|When to use||When applying for future road widening where a road adjoining the property is narrower than usual. Auckland Transport administers the removal of these restrictions.
Find out about the removal of building line restrictions.
|Printable form||Application for removal of building line restrictions (PDF 35KB)|
|Consent from affected parties|
|When to use||This form is required in conjunction with Auckland Council's 'Affected Parties Form'. It needs to be completed and submitted to AT for any works that adjoin the road corridor.
Find out about consent from affected parties.
|Printable form||Consent from affected parties (PDF 124KB)|
|Removal of limitations as to parcel|
|When to use||This form is submitted to AT, as affected adjoining landowners (by right of a boundary being on the road), to request removal of limitations as to parcel.
Find out about the removal of limitations as to parcel.
|Printable form||Application for removal of limitations as to parcel (PDF 70KB)|
|Consent for works in an AT Designation|
|When to use||Any works to be undertaken on land affected by an Auckland Transport Designation will
Find out about consent for works within an Auckland Transport Designation
|Printable form||Consent for approval for works within an AT Designation application form (PDF 128KB)|
No spray register
|No spray register|
|When to use||If you want to add or remove your address from our No spray register (so the street frontage outside your property won't be sprayed with herbicide).|
|Online form||No Spray Register|
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