Auckland Transport will begin rolling out its Hop card system on the city's buses from June.
Campbell Live looks at the HOP Card, a system heralded as a new era in public transport. For $110 million, you'd expect no less.
Why is Fullers ferry company being ignored in a Government transport fare crackdown?
Aucklanders are being urged to use public transport to travel to cultural festivals, concerts and sports events in the city this weekend.
After some of the worst traffic ever seen in Auckland yesterday, officials warn of delays this weekend.
Auckland Mayor Len Brown is in "double-decker heaven" as a new commuter bus trial begins.
New York City's first school bus strike in 34 years has entered its second day.
Auckland public transport is on the cusp of a new phase with electronic payment systems introduced over the weekend.
Aucklanders will be able to use the new ‘AT HOP’ smartcard to pay for train travel from this Saturday.
The barriers placed along Wellington's Willis St to prevent pedestrians getting hit by buses are back in the news again.
Auckland Council is seeking public feedback as it mulls an offer of fixed-rate secured bonds.
It's not just Auckland's public transport users who are tired of the delays to plans for integrated ticketing.
The Green Party is blaming KiwiRail’s budget cuts on the Government’s lack of investment in rail and calls it a ‘kick in the guts’ for public transport.
The Green Party is warning against government moves to allow regional councils to change the framework for public transport
Old trains being used in Wellington's rail network are about to return to the museum from whence they came.
Today, the 63-year-old English Electric train operating on Wellington’s Johnsonville line was replaced.
Labour has promised to fund half of the proposed inner city Auckland rail loop if it is elected.
Browsing the internet will cost nothing if you are on one of Auckland’s Link buses from today.
If you use public transport, chances are you've used the old trick of putting your bag on the seat next to you to make sure no one gets too close.
Victoria University graduate Jared Thomas spent many hours riding buses and trains in the greater Wellington region as part of his PhD research into the social habits of commuters on public transport.
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