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Disruption to Go Wellington Bus services Wednesday

Disruption to Go Wellington Bus services Wednesday 30 April 2008

On Wednesday 30 April bus services on all GO Wellington routes will be suspended between the hours of 10am and 2pm.(non peak hours)

“The suspension of services is to allow a scheduled union meeting for our people represented by the Wellington Tramways Union,” says Zane Fulljames, General Manager Southern Region. “ The union has one meeting each year to discuss union business with its members.”

“We apologies unreservedly for any inconvenience this causes our customers” says Mr. Fulljames. “With advance notice we trust our customers can plan their day’s activities with minimum disruption”

Services will be limited between the hours of 9-10 am and 2-3pm.

Between 10am and 2pm, there will be no GO Wellington bus services.

Normal full service on all GO Wellington routes will operate up until 9am and will resume from 3 pm.

Valley Flyer, Runciman Motors and Mana Coach bus services are uninterrupted and continue to operate.


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