Where we are working

KiwiRail and its contractors are always working to maintain and improve Auckland's busy rail network.  Most of this work is done overnight or at weekends when no trains are running - find out more.    

This page is regularly updated to keep our neighbours aware of significant work activity on the network.

Our teams also carry out a wide range of  short-notice essential maintenance activities, often overnight, so trains can keep running safely, which is not always listed here.  They work hard to keep any disturbance to a minimum while they do this.

If you would like to be added to our community database so we can keep you better informed about what is planned, please let us know on our online form.

 

Our project works

Newmarket station 

Daytime, weekday pathway construction works on behalf of the City Rail Link from Monday 9 May to Friday 20 May.

Our on-going activities:  

 

Eastern Line

Panmure and Sylvia Park area 

Major track works over weekends from 23 April to 22 May.

Southern Line

Middlemore to Papatoetoe - ongoing work to build an additional third track between Middlemore and Wiri.

Puhinui Station - ongoing

The work includes piling and other construction activities to build retaining walls, near other construction activities near Gordon Park,  Papatoetoe Station and Puhinui Station  to build retaining walls.  The teams usually work daytime hours up to seven days a week

Papakura to Pukekohe - ongoing work to extend electrification to Pukekohe

The work includes track and other civil construction activity, and is usually done during the day. From time to time some track work will need to be done at night.

Network wide  

Overnight work trains are operating across the network collecting disused rail.

How this work affects you

You may experience noise and vibration from machinery, lights and vehicles moving around the rail corridor.

We are aware that this may disturb some of our neighbours and we apologise. Our staff and contractors are mindful when working in residential areas and work hard to get the job done as quickly and quietly as possible.

Questions or concerns?

You can get in touch with our Community Engagement team via our online form.


For more information about train timetables and bus replacements, please visit Auckland Transport’s website here.


Thank you for your patience and understanding as we complete the work required to improve Auckland’s rail network.