Greater Auckland (formerly TransportBlog) was established in 2015 to provide commentary and encourage intelligent debate about transport and urban form issues, with a particular focus on Auckland. We want to make our city a better place for everyone.
We write about transport and urban issues, with a particular focus on Auckland. We advocate for better solutions: transport options, housing choice, better design. We try to encourage intelligent debate on these issues – you can join the conversation here on this site.
Greater Auckland began in 2008 as the “Auckland Transport Blog”, later simply “TransportBlog”. We’re not associated in any way with Auckland Transport.
A number of writers have contributed to Greater Auckland over nine years and 5,000+ articles. We run guest posts – contact us if you have an idea.
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Matt Lowrie is the primary administrator for Greater Auckland and can be reached through the contact page. Greater Auckland administrators supervise editorial direction but they are not responsible for the content of any other individual’s posts, comments or activities.
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