Use our map to find live updates and webcams of traffic conditions in your region.
Find travel times, incident and road works information, and regional traffic updates.
To help road users plan for their holiday journeys we have provided predictions of the times we expect traffic to be busy.
Information for people travelling between Picton and Christchurch.
Do you want to know before you hit the state highway whether there’s anything that could delay your arrival at your destination? Then the travel information service OnTheMove is for you.
Call our 24/7 freephone number to get the latest state highway travel information. You can also use this freephone number to report issues impacting travel on our state highways.
Follow us on our social media channels – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and YouTube – for travel updates and information.
Read our latest traffic bulletins about road closures, road works and other activities that may affect your future travel plans.
Live camera feeds showing current traffic conditions around the regions.
View a list of traffic and travel updates.
The Auckland Live Traffic Speed page provides and overview of speed estimates from vehicle sensors on the Auckland urban motorway system.
The NZ Transport Agency, along with Auckland Transport, is trialling a new radio station service for commuters in Auckland.
Welcome to the NZ Transport Agency API home page, InfoConnect. InfoConnect exposes a diverse range of APIs and transport data from both within the NZ Transport Agency and its key partners.
Visit traffic information websites for Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Knowing how often roads are used and the number and types of vehicles using them helps us to make informed decisions – for today and the future.
Daily snapshot of traffic volumes on Auckland State Highway 1 motorway.
View our regional traffic dashboards for live travel times on key routes.
TruckR is a new app designed to help truck drivers travelling on the alternate Picton to Christchurch route after the 2016 Kaikoura earthquake.
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