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Auckland Transport (AT)

AT provides and maintains all of the Auckland region’s transport services and infrastructure, roads (except motorways and state highways), footpaths, public transport, parking, cycling and harbourmaster services.

​What AT does

AT is responsible for:

  • planning, funding and managing public transport
  • operating and maintaining the local road network
  • creating and promoting alternative ways to get around the city.

AT website

Visit the AT website if you want to know about:

  • paying parking fines (parking tickets and infringements)
  • parking permits, including residential and mobility parking
  • public transport
  • cycling and walking paths
  • roading, road works, vehicle crossings
  • grass verge or berm maintenance
  • street lights
  • harbourmaster services.

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