The Auckland Transport Alignment Project (ATAP) has committed to providing light rail between the City Centre and Māngere and to Auckland’s northwest within the next ten years (2018-2028).
The NZ Transport Agency is leading the project, with the support of its partners Auckland Council (AC), Auckland Transport (AT), and HLC.
Auckland Airport and the surrounding area play an important part in the economy of Auckland and New Zealand, and activities are projected to grow substantially both for passenger numbers and for employment in the surrounding area.
Initiatives to improve airport access funded by the Regional Fuel Tax (RFT) include:
- Airport access public transport improvements – a range of medium term capital improvements to support the provision of enhanced bus services from New Lynn, Mt Roskill, Onehunga and Botany to the airport precinct.
- Puhinui bus/rail interchange – provision of a new interchange at Puhinui Station to provide a high quality connection between the rail network and buses accessing Auckland International Airport.
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