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MAXX to the Demon Energy Supercross, Gravity Games

ARTA Media Release
9 July 2008


MAXX to the Demon Energy Supercross and Gravity Games

On Saturday 12 July, supercross fans can leave the car at home and catch the MAXX bus, train or ferry to Vector Arena, which is approximately 10 minutes’ walk from Britomart Transport Centre and the Downtown Ferry Terminal.

A regular timetable will be operating for all buses, trains and ferries travelling to Britomart.

The Link bus, which stops on Beach Road close to Vector Arena, is a good way to get to the concert. Passengers can catch The Link from various locations around the CBD, Parnell, Newmarket, Karangahape Road and Ponsonby. The cash fare is $1.60 one way.

Fans are advised to allow plenty of time to get to Vector Arena in time for the event.

After the show finishes on Saturday night, train services from Britomart will be operating until 11.40pm on the Eastern Line and until just after midnight on the Southern and Western lines. Regular ferry services from Auckland to Devonport will be running until approximately 1am, and NiteRider buses will leave from the Civic and St James between 1am and 3am.

Western Line train passengers are reminded that the usual Saturday bus replacements between Henderson and Waitakere will be in place.

Normal bus, train and ferry fares will apply.

For more information about public transport services to and from the Demon Energy Supercross and Gravity Games call MAXX on (09) 366 6400 or visit www.maxx.co.nz

The supercross performance on Sunday 13 July at 2.00pm has been cancelled due to schedule changes. For more information visit www.vectorarena.com


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