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Ngā Kaitoko Mahi Kaikawe o Tāmaki Makaurau

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 to learn more 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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