Briefings to Local Boards underway, next round of consultation soon 2019 means time for updates, starting with Airport to Botany Rapid Transit. With the Local Boards resuming their monthly business … Continue reading UPDATED: Airport to Botany (A2B) Rapid Transit Update: February 2019
Tenders set with completion and operation of Stage 1, 2021 Auckland Transport has released the Tenders for construction for Puhinui Interchange as part of Airport to Botany (A2B) Rapid Transit. … Continue reading Airport to Botany (A2B) Rapid Transit Update (Tenders Set and some drawings)
Puhinui Station Interim Upgrade to Start Quarter Three next year The Board of Auckland Transport has released a previously confidential paper on the upgrade process for Puhinui Station. The upgrade … Continue reading Airport to Botany (A2B) Rapid Transit Construction to Start 2019 with Puhinui Station Upgrade
Britomart has no capacity until post City Rail Link There was a Council presentation given last night updating Engineers about the Auckland Transport Alignment Project or simply the ATAP. … Continue reading Regional Rapid Rail (Inter City rail) Terminating at Puhinui Station Rather Than Britomart? Answer seems Yes – in the short term
First two major transit projects post City Rail Link a GO! Well this was one way to start an Easter Sunday morning: We are working on it right now. … Continue reading Regional Rapid Rail and The Southern Airport Line a (virtual) GO!
Two complementary Lines Today two presentations will be given on two different but complementary projects to unlock not only Auckland but the Upper North Island. The first presentation to … Continue reading Rapid Regional Rail and the Southern Airport Line
Station to become major interchange Those who travel the Southern and Manukau Lines in Auckland wouldn’t think much of Puhinui Station. Puhinui current sits in between the larger Papatoetoe, Homai … Continue reading Puhinui Station in Need of Four Platforms
Silo Mentality Drives People NUTS I was reading through the Auckland Development Committee agenda for next week and noted that the Otara-Papatoetoe Area Plan (which I put in a … Continue reading ARGH: Left Hand Not Talking To Right Hand AGAIN