Have your say
From today until mid-December you can have your say on how Auckland’s public transport will be shaped through the next ten years (although the Regional Public Transport Plan or RPTP is updated every three years).
Quite a few changes as Light Rail, and Airport to Botany Rapid Transit are constructed and will subsequently alter existing services.
From Auckland Transport:
Regional Public Transport Plan (RPTP)
The Regional Public Transport Plan (RPTP) describes the public transport network that Auckland Transport (AT) proposes for the region, identifies the services that are integral to that network over a 10-year period, and sets out the policies and procedures that apply to those services.
- Give your feedback on the Regional Public Transport Plan (RPTP) or find out more about having your say.
- Download the full Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-2028 (PDF 4.5MB, 198 pages)
- Download the summary of the Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-2028 (PDF 1.7MB, 16 pages)
About the RPTP
Transport is a key component of a city’s success. As you can see in the video, Auckland is growing and as more people live here, the number of trips taken on our transport networks is increasing.
The space available for transport networks is finite. This means that we need as many people as possible to travel using efficient forms of transport; such as walking, cycling and public transport. These alternative transport options take less space and are more environmentally sustainable than private motor vehicles.
A well-used public transport system is fundamental to making Auckland livable. We need a plan to identify public transport needs and opportunities, and to set out the solutions.
Public transport timetables
See the planned changes to bus, train and ferry timetables for 2021 and 2028. To find your public transport service, type the name or number of the service in the ‘find’ box on the PDF below.
You can have your say on Auckland’s public transport. Consultation opens Monday 19 November and is open until Friday 14 December 2018.
Come talk to us
If you have any questions about our plan for public transport, come and talk to us.
- Tuesday 27 November, 4:30 to 6:30pm – Takapuna War Memorial Hall, 7 The Strand, Takapuna.
- Saturday 1 December, 10am to 12pm – Manurewa Library, 7 Hill Road, Manurewa.
- Wednesday 5 December, 5 to 7pm – New Lynn Community Centre main hall, 45 Totara Avenue, New Lynn.
- Saturday 8 December, 10am to 12pm – Ellen Melville Centre, Betty Wark Room, 2 Freyberg Place, Auckland Central.
After feedback closes
After the public feedback period closes, we will consider all feedback and use it to refine the plan. We will publish the final RPTP on our website.
Source: Auckland Transport
With Light Rail and Airport to Botany on their way there will be changes to core parts of the transit network like the existing 380 Airporter (that runs from Onehunga to Manukau via the Airport and Papatoetoe.
An example being once Airport to Botany – Airport to Manukau stage is operating 2021 the 380 gets split into the: 38, 36 and 380 as seen below:
Consultation for Airport to Botany Stage 1 (Airport to Manukau via Puhinui) is set to be announced this week as well. (See: Airport to Botany (A2B) Rapid Transit Briefing to Local Boards Out. Progress Continues with Consultation Due)
The RPTP Documents