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Auckland One Rail to begin operations on Auckland Rail Franchise Contract

Auckland One Rail is pleased to have commenced operations of the Auckland Passenger Rail network. Auckland One Rail brings its world-class rail capabilities to Auckland and is now responsible for passenger train operations across the Auckland rail network, including the provision of drivers and other train staff, development of timetables, station operations and maintenance, safety and security, and customer facing

Planned Rail Closures

source: at.govt.nz

We’re continuing to upgrade Auckland’s rail network. This means that there are times when trains won’t be running. During these rail closures, we’ll replace train services with buses.
You can use Journey Planner and the AT Mobile app to find other ways to travel when trains are not running.

End of the line in sight for Auckland’s diesel commuter trains

Source: www.kiwirail.co.nz

KiwiRail and Auckland Transport (AT) are suspending the passenger train service that connects Papakura and Pukekohe from September 2022 until the second half of 2024, to allow for the work needed to extend the electric train service to Pukekohe.

Next step for new rail stations in Southern Auckland

source: www.kiwirail.co.nz

Improved public transport options for Southern Auckland are a step closer following the publication today of planning approval. applications for new train stations.

KiwiRail is the lead agency for three new stations between Papakura and Pukekohe and has submitted planning approval applications for Drury Central and Paerata stations under the COVID 19 Recovery (Fast Track Consenting) Act 2020.