Transport to MIT Manukau
MIT is conveniently located above the Manukau Train Station and beside the Manukau Bus Terminal, which is now the biggest transport hub in South Auckland. This makes travelling to MIT even easier for students, staff and visitors.
Plan your trip
Auckland Transport has up-to-date information on routes and times for the bus, train and ferries and great trip planner to help you plan your travel.
Auckland Transport trip planner app is available for download to help make your trips easier.
Auckland Transport is commencing Stage 2 of its rail network rebuild
It’s part of an overall plan to bring more frequent and faster rail journeys to the city. The station under MIT Manukau campus will continue to operate during this stage of the three-year project.
However, there are a number of other closures that may mean you have to make alternative plans to get to and from MIT Manukau.
In Stage 2, the Eastern Line will be closed between Britomart and Ōtāhuhu from 20 March 2023 to January 2024. Auckland Transport are providing alternatives such as rail replacement buses and express services.
Click on your station name to visit the AT website to see alternative transport options to get from that station to various destinations around Auckland.
Find out more: www.AT.govt.nz/RailRebuild
Trains and many buses are wheelchair friendly and accommodate disabilities. Before travelling we recommend finding out more information, by visiting the AT website or call 09 366 6400 to help plan your trip.
South Auckland transport hub
In the future, about 600,000 passengers per year are expected to use the train station, a similar level to Newmarket, only Britomart will be busier. About 1.2 million people are expected to eventually use the Manukau bus station each year.
Find out more information on the ways you can travel to MIT, see FAQs for additional information.