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Auckland Transport

Transport plans & strategiesTransport plans

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 Integrated Transport Programme is the overarching strategic document which sets out the 30 year investment programme to meet the transport priorities outlined in the Auckland Plan, across modes and covering the responsibilities of all transport agencies.

The following range of strategic documents that cover in more detail how Auckland’s transport system will be planned, funded, built, operated and maintained.

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

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

Auckland Transport is seeking feedback on the draft Regional Land Transport Plan (RLTP) until 4pm Monday 16 March 2015.

Statement of Intent

AT's Statement of Intent sets out the strategic approach and priorities for the next three years, from 2014 - 2017.

Auckland Regional Public Transport Plan

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

Asset Management Plans

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

Safety works programme

The Safety Works Programme addresses safety for all road users.

In addition there are a number of documents from legacy organisations, which also provide a strategic context.