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Source: Auckland Transport

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Auckland Transport is responsible for all of the region’s transport services (excluding state highways), from roads and footpaths, to cycling, parking and public transport.
Auckland Transport’s day-to-day activities keep Auckland’s transport systems moving; including planning and funding of public transport, promoting alternative ways to get around and operating the local roading network.
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