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Get the bus or train to Eden Park for free

ARTA Media Release

13 February 2008

 

 

Show us your Blues ticket and ride the bus or train to Eden Park for free

       

Rugby supporters who pre-purchase their Super 14 game ticket or present their Eden Park membership card can ride selected buses and trains to Eden Park for free.

Auckland Regional Transport Authority General Manager, Customer Services, Mark Lambert says, “To ride for free on special bus and train services to the Blues v Chiefs game on Saturday 16 February, rugby lovers just have to show their pre-purchased ticket or Eden Park membership card. Eden Park membership includes ASB Club Lounge members and Eden Park Ground members.”

Free train travel applies from all stations and on all train services operating on Saturday 16 February 2008 from 4.30pm until the close of service.

Additional train services will be operating on all three lines to and from Kingsland train station, which is just five minutes' walk from Eden Park.

Free bus travel is available on special bus services from Midtown, Albany Park and Ride (via all Northern Busway stations) and Takapuna station.

 

“Please don’t forget to show us your ticket or membership card, otherwise normal train fares and special bus fares – $2.00 each way for the Midtown shuttle bus and $5.00 each way for North Shore buses – apply. Remember to retain your ticket for the trip home,” Mr Lambert says.

In addition to these additional and regular train services and special bus services, several regular bus services will take rugby fans to Eden Park. Free travel is not available on these buses. Normal bus fares from all stations apply.

Regular Dominion Road services (routes 25- and 26-) run approximately every 10 minutes from the St James stop on Queen Street.

Regular bus routes 23- and 24- run approximately every 15 minutes from Victoria Street West in the CBD to Sandringham Road by Eden Park.

Regular New North Rd services (routes 21- and 22-) run approximately every 15 minutes from Victoria Street West to Kingsland shops, a short walk to Eden Park.

The free Eden Park shuttle bus service runs before the game from 5pm as well as after the game, with services running approximately every 10 minutes. The shuttle bus travels in a loop from Eden Park Bus Park, via Reimers Ave, Sandringham Road, Balmoral Road, Mt Eden Road, New North Road, Sandringham Road and Reimers Ave back to Eden Park Bus Park.

“Passengers are advised to allow plenty of time for their arrival at Eden Park,” says Mr Lambert.

Rugby fans planning to use public transport to and from the Super 14 game can get more information from MAXX on (09) 366 6400 or at www.maxx.co.nz

For additional information on the Blues games at Eden Park visit www.edenpark.co.nz or www.theblues.co.nz

 

About special bus services to Eden Park:

 

Bus departure point

To

Departure times

Route

Albany Park and Ride

Eden Park

5.00pm & 6.00pm

Via all Northern Busway stations

Takapuna station

Eden Park

5.45pm

Direct

Midtown (outside Civic Centre)

Eden Park

5.00pm-7.30 pm

Continuous direct service

Eden Park

Albany Park and Ride

9.15pm*

Via all Northern Busway stations

Eden Park

Takapuna Station

9.15pm*

Direct

Eden Park

Midtown (outside Civic Centre)

from  9.15pm*

Continuous direct service

 

*Departure times approximate. Return services will depart at end of match.


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