Auckland Transport is responsible for delivering the transport system that best meets the needs of Aucklanders. Our aim is to deliver the transport system required to support the Auckland Plan’s objective to become the world’s most liveable city.
Achieving the outcomes and priorities of the Auckland Plan is linked with meeting key targets for increasing public and active transport mode share, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, improved accessibility, lower congestion for public transport, delivery of services and freight, travel time savings and the delivery of transport infrastructure priorities over the next three decades.
The following range of strategic documents that cover in more detail how Auckland’s transport system will be planned, funded, built, operated and maintained.
Statement of Intent
AT's Statement of Intent sets out the strategic approach and priorities for the next 3 years, from 2016 - 2019.
Integrated Transport Programme
Auckland's Integrated Transport Programme sets out the 30-year investment programme to meet the transport priorities of the Auckland Plan, from 2012 - 2041.
Regional Land Transport Plan
The RLTP is a plan of how transport delivery agencies intend to respond to growth and other challenges facing Auckland over the next 10 years.
Regional Public Transport Plan (RPTP)
AT sought feedback on proposed changes to the Regional Public Transport Plan from 11 May - 5 June 2015.
Maori Responsiveness Plan
The Māori Responsiveness Plan is part of our journey to be more effective for Māori
The AT parking strategy sets out our approach to managing parking in Auckland.
Rapid transit network
An expanding, well-connected rapid transit network will support growth in existing and future urban areas.
Asset Management Plans
The Asset Management Plan sets out how AT manages and maintains transport assets that are essential to connect people and move goods across Auckland.
Our Technology Strategy documents some long-term strategic visions for technology, as well as a focussed short-term strategy.
In addition there are a number of documents from legacy organisations, which also provide a strategic context.
Please contact us if you need more information about these documents, projects or processes.