Severe weather impact across the Auckland area Severe weather impact across the Auckland area
Page updated: Monday 27 February 2023 2:00 PM
Auckland Transport has over 500 road maintenance staff assessing the damage to our roading network and are working hard to clear roads as safely and quickly as possible.
If life, health or property is in danger, call 111 immediately.
To report damage on the road network, please contact us online:
If there are roading problems with an immediate risk to the safety of people or property call us on 09 355 3553.
We are constantly reviewing the situation and updating this page.
- There are multiple road closures and slips across the region causing detours (including bus detours). See the bus section on this page for more details.
- Western Line services will operate at a 20-minute frequency between Britomart and Henderson. Customers will have to change trains to travel between Henderson and Swanson. Check AT Mobile for updated timetables.
- Rail buses will continue to operate on the Onehunga Line and between Otahuhu and Newmarket on the Southern line and are accepting rail tickets and HOP cards. See the train section on this page for more details.
- Most ferries are now operating to scheduled timetable. See the Ferry section on this page for more details.
- If you are aware of an incident related to moorings or a vessel, please inform the harbourmaster by phone 09 362 0397 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We are currently on the cycle network to check the widespread damage of Cyclone Gabrielle, as we simply were not able to earlier due to the wind. We see many fallen trees and branches across the whole network, so please take extreme care and do not attempt to crawl or pass any fallen tree, they can be extremely unstable. Please report any issue to Auckland Transport Contact Centre or through Twitter.
Keep a lookout for debris and fallen trees on the road, and as always drive to the conditions.
See the sections below for more detail on road and public transport network impacts.
On this page:
- Roads - verified road closures
- Cycle paths
- Bus updates
- School bus
- Ferry updates
- Train updates
- Staying updated
Verified road closures in the Auckland area
Verified road closures section last updated: Monday 20 February 2023 3:40 PM
For more information on the recovery and repairs to our impacted roads, please visit our flood-impacted road repair and recovery information page.
Parking section last updated: Thursday 16 February 2023 9:18 am
All car park buildings are fully operational (Downtown, Victoria Street, Toka Puia, Ronwood and Fanshawe Street).
Cycle Paths section last updated: Wednesday 22 February 2023 1:20 PM
Currently we are aware of these main issues that could affect cyclists:
- Cornwall Park - all exits and entry points are temporarily closed due to fallen trees.
- Manukau Road and corner of Ranfurly Road - blocked by a fallen tree.
- Saint Lukes Road and Bond Street, Western Springs - blocked by a fallen tree.
- Northwestern Path, Southwestern Path, Waterview Path and Tāmaki Drive - partially blocked by fallen branches.
- Project Twin Streams and Henderson Creek Path – Closed at Central Park underpass and Quiet Street hill – use local roads or Central Park Drive Shared path to NW Path
- Rotary Path at Riverlea Ave- slip blocking path
- Wattle Downs South Path at Hoylake Place – slip, divert via At Annes Crescent and Moor Park
The following bike paths are open, but be aware of increased amounts of debris and vegetation in some sections and ride with caution:
North Western Path – from Westgate to the City Centre
New Lynn and Avondale Path
City Centre Loop including Te Ara I Whiti (Pink Path) and Grafton Gully
Tamaki Drive Path and Quay Street
Southwestern Path – from Mangere Bridge via Onehunga, Mt Roskill and Owairaka to the Waterview Path
Te Ara ki uta ki tai – from Glen Innes to city via Tamaki Drive Path and Quay Street
Northcote Cycle Route
Devonport Takapuna Green Route
Due to the severe weather, we are experiencing cancellations, disruptions or delays across our public transport network.
Visit the Bus service announcements page for the latest bus and school bus information.
Visit the Ferry service announcements page for the latest ferry information.
Visit the Train service announcements page for the latest train information.
For transport alerts, as they happen, sign up for Travel Alerts or check out our Twitter page @AT_TravelAlerts
Visit the MetService for up to date weather information.
For other state of emergency related updates, visit the Civil Defence website or the Auckland Emergency Management website.
For the latest information on state highway closures and disruptions, visit Waka Kotahi Journey Planner.