The Regional Land Transport Plan (RLTP) provides the 10-year blueprint for transport in Auckland over the next decade. It includes a proposed 10-year investment programme and sets out our priorities for the city. The RLTP has been developed by the Regional Transport Committee, Auckland Transport, the New Zealand Transport Agency and KiwiRail. These groups have been working together to respond to Auckland’s growth and the city’s transport challenges. It aligns with the Auckland Transport Alignment Project (ATAP) and the central government’s recent Government Policy Statement on Land Transport.
Draft Proposal for a Regional Fuel Tax (RFT) overview and proposal
The Regional Fuel Tax (RFT) is being proposed by Auckland Council because current funding is not enough to deliver the level of investment in transport that Auckland needs. It is expected the RFT will raise revenue, along with other funding sources, so that we can invest an additional $4.3 billion in transport infrastructure over the next decade. The RFT revenue will be allocated across 14 specific projects, 10 of which include improvements in the Central Auckland area. These are in the RLTP along with many other projects.
Draft Development Contributions (DC) policy.
The Development Contributions Policy sets out the capital expenditure to be funded by development contributions (DCs) and how much developers will pay.
AT is undertaking the consultation on the RLTP concurrently with Auckland Council’s proposals for an Auckland RFT scheme, and development contributions. This consultation period is open until Monday 14 May 2018.
The following drop-in events are being held:
- Monday 7 May 6pm – 8pm: Takapuna War Memorial Hall, 7 The Strand, Takapuna, Auckland 0622
- Tuesday 8 May 6pm – 8pm: Manurewa Intermediate School, 76 Russell Road, Manurewa, Auckland 2102
- Saturday 12 May 10am – 12 pm: New Lynn Community Centre, Main Hall 45 Totara Avenue, New Lynn, Auckland 0600
- Saturday 12 May 2pm – 4pm: Grey Lynn Library Hall, 474 Great North Road, Grey Lynn, Auckland 1021
More information and your feedback can be given directly through the akhaveyoursay.nz website. You will otherwise find attached a hard copy feedback form for both the Draft Proposal for a Regional Fuel Tax (RFT) and the Draft Regional Land Transport Plan (RLTP). Feedback for the Draft Development Contributions (DC) policy can be made online or by emailing email@example.com