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Northland's difficult terrain, widely spread rural population, coastal settlements, proximity to Auckland, our popularity as a tourist destination and the fact that most freight is transported via road all contribute to the challenges surrounding the management of transportation in our region.

Save money and the environment - get involved in carpooling. Find information on carpool schemes in your area.
Total Mobility is a nationwide scheme to help people with disabilities stay connected with their community. Find out how it works and if you are eligible.
Find out about getting around in Northland. Information available on buses, ferries, airports and walking tracks in the Northland region.
A strategy for the development of walking and cycling in Northland.
Managing road safety in Northland is a joint effort between the Northland Regional Council and the region’s three district councils.
Information and rules for flying drones in Northland.
Transport publications, plans, reports, studies and strategies.
Any commercial passenger service in Northland must be registered with us. Find out why you must register and how you can do this.
The 30 Year Transport Strategy for Northland is an in-depth look at where Northland’s transport is now, where the region wants to be in 30 years and how it intends to get there.
We are just one of several organisations involved in managing transport in Northland. Find out who does what and how we all work together.
A list of useful websites relating to transport management.