Plan ahead for the Royal Visit
Auckland Transport media release
Plan ahead for the Royal
You will need to plan ahead for the
Royal Visit. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be
visiting Wynyard Quarter and Team NZ headquarters from
around midday on Friday 11 April.
There will be some road
closures, parking restrictions and changes to public
transport around the Auckland waterfront.
intending to welcome the Royal Couple it is advisable to use
public transport as there will be no vehicle access or
parking in the area.
Normal timetables will operate on
bus, train and ferry. Plan ahead and check services by using
the Journey Planner: https://at.govt.nz/bus-train-ferry/events/royal-visit-2014/
Transport Centre and the Downtown Ferry Terminal are only a
short walk from Wynyard Quarter via Quay St and the Viaduct
will be in place for City LINK and route 010 services
between 10am and 3pm, click here for details
For more information: www.at.govt.nz
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