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Sandringham bus services return to Victoria St

Joint Media Advisory

ARTA/Auckland City Council

30 June 2008

Sandringham Rd bus services return to Victoria St East

The Auckland Regional Transport Authority (ARTA) and Auckland City Council advise that from Monday 7 July 2008 Sandringham Road bus services will return to their regular Victoria Street East bus stop, as the Queen Street upgrade works are now complete.

From Monday 7 July, the Sandringham Road services 233, 241, 243, 243X, 246, 248, 248X and 249 will no longer pick up passengers from their temporary bus stop M3 in Victoria Street West. These services will return to their regular bus stop M5 on Victoria Street East (outside Whitcoulls).

Bus departure times will remain the same.

MAXX ambassadors will be on site to direct passengers to the stop on Victoria Street East.

Passengers planning to use the Sandringham Road bus services can get more information from MAXX on (09) 366 6400 or at www.maxx.co.nz


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