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Aucklanders urged to avoid non-urgent travel tonight and Tuesday
Auckland Transport is urging Aucklanders to avoid travel tonight and Tuesday, as high winds and rain from Cyclone Gabrielle continue to be felt across the region.
Aucklanders urged to avoid coastal roads and KiwiRail extends rail closure
Aucklanders are being urged to avoid coastal roads this afternoon and evening given the potential for strong storm surges.
Auckland’s local road network coping well – no significant closures overnight
Auckland’s local road network is coping well with no significant road closures overnight as ex-Cyclone Gabrielle nears, however train services remain suspended across Auckland and there are substantial changes to ferry timetables.
Aucklanders urged to stay home as train services suspended and Auckland Harbour Bridge closes
There are significant disruptions on Auckland’s transport network as high winds from Cyclone Gabrielle are being strongly felt across the region.
AT asks Aucklanders to avoid all non-urgent travel
Auckland Transport is urging people to avoid all non-urgent travel today, and throughout Monday and Tuesday, as the effects of Cyclone Gabrielle begin to be felt.
Hard mahi continues across Auckland’s transport network
Efforts will continue throughout the long weekend to clean up Tāmaki Makaurau’s storm-damaged road and public transport network.
Transport Plan for Thursday 2 February as the clean-up work continues across Auckland
Work continues across the Auckland region to clean up further damage caused across our road and public transport network last night along with the extensive damage from Friday’s event.
Another update on transport network across Auckland after yesterday’s flooding
Our thoughts are with Aucklanders impacted at this time by the extraordinary weather event yesterday and we are doing everything we can with our road maintenance and public transport partners to respond to the event and reinstate transport services.
Update on transport network across Auckland after yesterday’s flooding
Work is continuing across Auckland to reopen roads and restore public transport services as soon as it is practical and safe to do so.
Aucklanders urged to take care when travelling on Monday
Aucklanders should continue to take extra care when they are out and about, Auckland Transport is advising, as while many roads have reopened there is still damage on roads and closures remain around the region.
Make a plan to travel home early ahead of today’s heavy rain
The transport network is operational, with remaining road closures and reduced service frequency on public transport services.
Expect delays on Wednesday as we ensure our network is safe after tonight’s heavy rain
Auckland’s transport network is operational, with some remaining road closures and reduced service frequency on public transport services.
The clean-up continues across Auckland’s transport network as the sun comes out
Work is underway across the Auckland region to clean up further damage caused across our road and public transport network overnight.
Auckland Transport to waive infringement notices issued since Friday 2pm
Due to the unprecedented events of the past few days, Auckland Transport has authorised the waiver of all infringement notices issued between 2pm Friday 27 January and 9 am this morning.
Update on the transport network across Auckland after flooding
Auckland’s public transport network will be operating with some service reductions and additional journey times. Click here for more info.