The Congestion Free Network is a collaboration between the TransportBlog, Generation Zero and The Campaign for Better Transport, and is a blueprint which lays out a future integrated public transport network in Auckland, staged at five yearly intervals through to 2030.
The current council's $34bn transport wish-list will not reduce congestion - even under its own analysis. However, the $10bn Congestion Free Network will provide real choice. It's better for people and cheaper to build.
Quality public transport across Auckland will reduce traffic for when you need to use the road and provide relief from high fuel prices. It’s a real vision for a more liveable, low-carbon Auckland.