The Regional Public Transport Plan (RPTP) was formally adopted by Auckland Transport (AT) on 23 September 2013 after public consultation and revision.
In May and June 2015 AT sought public feedback on a proposed variation to the RPTP. As a result of the feedback received several changes were made to the proposed variation. The AT Board formally adopted the variation to the RPTP on 27 July 2015.
- Download the Regional Public Transport Plan document.
- Download the Hearings Panel Report on Public Submissions.
- Find out more about the background to the RPTP.
About the RPTP
Last updated 15 March 2016, see all updates.
The RPTP is a statutory document that describes the services that are integral to Auckland’s public transport network and the policies and procedures that apply to those services. The RPTP also describes the public transport services that AT proposes for the region over a 10-year period and outlines how this vision will be delivered.
The RPTP was formally adopted by AT on 23 September 2013 after a process of consultation and revision. Variations to the document were formally adopted on 27 July 2015.
Regional Public Transport Plan (PDF 6.07MB, 186 pages) - the final published version of the plan adopted on 27 July 2015.
- Hearings Panel Report on Public Submissions (PDF 664KB, 25 pages) - summarises key issues raised through the public feedback process, the Hearings Panel's response and outlines recommended changes to the RPTP.
15 March 2016
The video "Take a journey with Auckland Transport" has been added to the page.
27 August 2015
The Hearings Panel Report on Public Submissions has been added to the page.
27 July 2015
AT formally adopted the variation to the RPTP.
5 June 2015
Feedback on the proposed changes to the RPTP closed on 5 June 2015. Find out more about the consultation process and documents.