Work continues to repair local Auckland roads damaged during the storm-events earlier this year when more than 2000 slips and issues were reported.
The overall programme of repairs to more than 500 medium to large scale slips is expected to take around two years to complete.
You’ll find information and progress updates on major road repairs in your community here. These are long-term repairs which means it will take more than six months to fix.
We ask for your patience as there are many sites across the region that have significant damage. Locations that have the highest risk, and safety needs, or are the only access to a community, are prioritised for attention.
In some locations, we’ve been able to provide a temporary fix, such as one-lane access to enable access for residents or the wider community, until we can permanently rebuild the road.
We understand road damage is causing inconvenience to residents, due to detours and road closures and want to reassure the community, that we’ve deployed as many resources as possible (including additional contractors) to work on these sites but there are roads that will take significant time to fully repair.
The road repair process
Find out the difference between the types of road repairs we do and any other FAQs you might have.
Slips - what you need to know
If you’ve been affected by a slip, we explain how slips are clarified.
Media & news
Check out our latest flood recovery news items.
Report a problem with us
Report a problem online for any roading problems you might see.
- Information on unformed roads.
- For Bus services that have detours or are suspended due to recent storms visit our Service Announcements page.
- To report a new issue relating to roads, cycleways, footpaths or transport please use the online form on the Contact page.
- For transport alerts, as they happen, sign up for travel alerts or check out our twitter page @AT_TravelAlerts.
- For the latest information on state highway closures and disruptions, visit Waka Kotahi Journey Planner.
- To find out whether your bus stop or public transport services are affected, please visit our Service Announcements page or download our AT Mobile app.
- For information on affected Auckland Council services & facilities including parks and walkways visit their Interruption's page.
- For anyone in need of emergency help call Auckland Emergency Management on 0800 22 22 00 or if your life is in danger call 111.
- For Auckland Emergency Management information, including cordons coordinated by AEM, visit Piha and Muriwai.
- To report or check power outages in your area visit Vector or Counties Energy.