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Bus stop D21 temporarily relocating due to works


ARTA Media Advisory
29 October 2008

Bus stop D21 temporarily relocating due to Vector upgrade works


In response to work being undertaken by Vector to upgrade the electricity network in the waterfront area of Auckland’s CBD, the Auckland Regional Transport Authority (ARTA) wishes to advise passengers that as of Friday 31st October, bus stop D21 located on Lower Albert Street will be temporarily closed until further notice.

During this closure passengers travelling on routes 953, 955, 973, 974 and N97 should use Stop D24 on Albert Street. Routes 971 and 972 from Auckland University will temporarily use Stop D20 on Customs Street West. Passengers are advised that bus departure times remain the same, although some delays may be experienced due to the works.

For further information on Vectors electricity network project visit www.vectorelectricity.co.nz or call 303 0626.

Passengers can get more information about bus timetables and stop locations from MAXX on (09) 366 6400 or at www.maxx.co.nz


Vector thanks you for your patience during these works.


ENDS

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