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Transport plans & strategiesTransport plans

Auckland Transport is responsible for delivering transport to the people of Auckland. Our aim is to continually move Auckland towards the region’s long-term transport goals, as described by the Regional Land Transport Strategy. These goals must support the Auckland Regional Growth Strategy, which sets out how the Auckland region will accommodate approximately double its existing population over the next 50 years. Our long-term planning must also support the region’s plans for economic growth and development.

Here you will find strategies for transport in Auckland over the next 30 years, along with plans and programmes that cover public transport, roads, road safety and regional land transport. Also included are local and regional councils' long-term community plans, which detail Auckland transport activities over 10 years. 

Until Auckland Transport has reviewed all the documents or processes, the following will remain in place.

Please contact us if you require further information about these documents, projects or processes.

Auckland Regional Public Transport Plan

The draft Regional Public Transport Plan describes the public transport services that Auckland Transport proposes for the region over the next 10 years.

Asset Management Plans (2012-15)

Auckland Transport’s Asset Management Plans (AMP) manage the asset portfolio in the most cost-effective and sustainable manner to meet the levels of service required from the transport network.

Regional Land Transport Strategy

The Auckland Regional Land Transport Strategy sets the direction for the region’s transport system for the next 30 years.

Strategic publications

2012 - 2041 Integrated Transport Programme (ITP)

Auckland’s ITP sets out the 30-year investment programme to meet the transport priorities outlined in the Auckland Plan across modes covering the responsibilities of all transport agencies.

Developed by Auckland Transport (AT) and the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) in collaboration with Auckland Council, the ITP provides a consolidated transport investment programme across the transport system over the next 30 years.

Auckland Transport Statement of Intent 2012 - 2015

This Statement of Intent (SOI) sets out Auckland Transport’s strategic approach and priorities for the next three years and how they contribute to the longer-term outcomes Auckland Council seeks to achieve.

Auckland Transport Statement of Intent 2011 - 2014

Archive version of Auckland Transport's previous Statement of Intent

Regional Land Transport Programme 2012 - 2015

A list of planned transport projects and services (from 2012 - 2015) used to prioritise applications for government funding through the NZ Transport Agency.