Auckland Transport (AT) will be releasing details of all its contracts publicly. Since it was established in 2010, AT published on its website, the details of all contracts valued more than $50,000. It will now publish all contracts unless they are commercially sensitive. AT chairman Lester Levy said as a publicly organisation, it wanted to be as transparent and accountable as possible. Last week Stephen James Borlase and Murray John Noone were jailed for corruption and bribery charges relating to contract work for Auckland Transport (AT). Noone, a former director of transportation at the Rodney District Council and later an AT employee, was found guilty of six charges of corruption or bribery of an official - offending that took place between 2006 and 2013.