The proposed Transport Emissions Reduction Pathway, which has been developed by Auckland Council and Auckland Transport (AT), sets out what will need to happen for the region to reduce its transport emissions by 64% by 2030. “In a city where people once used to rely more on public transport, urban spawl and motorway development from the 1960s has locked in car dependency and resulted in Aucklanders driving much more than in many comparable cities overseas,” says Mayor Phil Goff. “The Pathway shows how we can give transport choices back to Aucklanders.”