The Department of Conservation (DOC) has agreed to a bus tunnel linking Mt Aspiring and Fiordland National Park – despite conflicts with the DOC’s general policy on building roads through Mt Aspiring.
Auckland Transport and Cityhop are trialling a new car-sharing scheme using three on-street parking spaces on Hobson St, College Hill, and Williamson Ave.
Why fly when you can cycle? It's a valid question.
In a procurement process that’s been nearly three years in the making, Auckland is finally getting its electric trains. The trains mean a better deal for the environment, passengers, and even the economy, with Transport Minister Steven Joyce saying the deal will result in more jobs and a “significant skill transfer”.
New Zealand transport is charging ahead in the wireless realm – and an Auckland company is in the driver’s seat.
A fuel tax rise is on the cards as the Government prioritises roading over public transport.
The Productivity Commission is calling for public submissions as it launches an inquiry into the international freight transport sector.
Anton Garland is on the hard road to automotive design—and is fixing Auckland’s traffic problems on the way.
It’s more than public transport—it’s a lesson for city planners worldwide
A second harbour crossing is what Aucklanders most want from their Supercity candidates, according to a new nationwide ShapeNZ survey, which asked respondents to set priorities for four major projects being discussed by candidates for the new super city council. And it seems that New Zealand as a whole have a similar view on what Auckland’s top project priority should be.