The projects detailed on this website are being undertaken in collaboration with Auckland Council, Manawhenua and KiwiRail.
Auckland Council is responsible for Auckland’s land use planning, setting planning policy and rules to enable urban development. We are working closely to ensure integration between land use planning and transport planning to produce high quality future environments and in a number of the areas, there are structure plans underway.
Manawhenua play a vital role as the kaitiaki for Tāmaki Makaurau. The Alliance is partnering with Manawhenua to ensure that Māori cultural values and perspectives are recognised and integrated into the planning of new transport networks at each stage of the project. Multiple hui have already been held with Manawhenua groups and there will be more to come.
KiwiRail is responsible for owning and operating the rail transport network in New Zealand. KiwiRail runs rail freight services and works with Auckland Transport, who operates the AT Metro passenger rail service in Auckland. KiwiRail is working with us to deliver an integrated approach to transport network design, including the investigation and planning of the proposed extension to the rail network, improved rail facilities (stations and parking) and train services.