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Disruption to bus services

Disruption to bus services

On Friday 24 January 2014, some GO Wellington and Valley Flyer bus services will operate a reduced service due to a scheduled Annual General Meeting of the Wellington Tramways Union.

The union represents the majority of GO Wellington, Valley Flyer and Runcimans drivers.

Some GO Wellington and Valley Flyer bus services will be affected between 9am to 3pm. Normal services will operate until 9am and resume after 3pm.

Go Wellington

Normal timetable until 9am

Reduced timetable from 9am to 3pm:

Normal timetable will resume from 3pm.

Routes 8, 17, 22, 23, 24 and 43 services will run to normal timetable.

Route 18 services will run to normal timetable with the exception of two trips – the 9:42am service

from Miramar will terminate at Kelburn and the 9:37am service from Karori Park will terminate at

Kilbirnie Shops.

Valley Flyer

Normal timetable until 9am

Reduced timetable from 9am to 3pm:

Metrolink • North Star • GO WEST • Waka Pacific • LINK • GO Wellington • Valley Flyer • Airport Flyer

Normal timetable will resume from 3.00pm

Routes 81, 111, 112, 114, 115, 154, 160 and 170 services will run to normal timetable.

Airport Flyer, Mana and Newlands Coach Services are NOT affected.

We apologise for any inconvenience that may be caused to our customers during this time.

For timetable information please visit www.metlink.org.nz or call Metlink on 0800 801 700.

ENDS

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