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Auckland Transport

Integrated Transport Programme

Auckland's Integrated Transport Programme (ITP) sets out the 30-year investment programme to meet the transport priorities of the Auckland Plan.


About Auckland's Integrated Transport Programme


Published: 2013.


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.

The programme covers state highways and local roads, railways, buses, ferries, footpaths, cycleways, intermodal transport facilities and supporting facilities such as parking and park-and-ride.

In particular, the Integrated Transport Programme:

  • Guides transport agencies in their detailed planning activities for maintaining, operating, renewing and developing their transport networks.
  • Directs transport asset management, corridor and network development, transport service levels and the transport capital portfolio for each of the 10 year periods to 2041.
  • Informs the detailed programming of activities in the Regional Land Transport Programme (RLTP).

Documents

2012 to 2041 Integrated Transport Programme

Download the 2012 to 2041 Integrated Transport Programme (PDF 11.8MB, 144 pages).