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Metro - Weather Update: Wednesday 5 March 9:15am

Metro - Weather Update: Wednesday 5 March 9:15am

The only buses cancelled this morning are the replacement buses from Diamond Harbour and there will be no buses between Lyttelton and Rapaki.

These have been cancelled due to road closures.

All other services are running however we ask passengers to expect delays as many are detouring around flooding and all drivers are driving to the conditions.

Roads that will not be serviced are as follows:

· Barbadoes St - northern end

· Warrington St - St Albans end

· New Brighton Rd - from Horse Shoe Lake Rd all the way east

· Opawa Rd - between Ensors Rd and Garlands Rd (buses using the express way instead)

· Northwood round about flooded - buses 107 & 108 will operate from either side of the roundabout

· Aldwins Rd - between Ferry Rd and Linwood Ave

· Emmett St

· Flockton St and Kensington Ave

· Bower Ave - between Travis Rd and New Brighton Rd

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