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Auckland Off-Peak Bus Timetable Disruption

Auckland Off-Peak Bus Timetable Disruption Due to Union Meeting

Due to a union meeting, off-peak bus services run by NZ Bus will not operate between 9.30am and 2pm tomorrow.

Peak-time services and school services will run as usual. Ferries, trains and bus services run by other operators are not affected. Trains will have extra capacity throughout the day.

A full list of affected services is available here: https://at.govt.nz/bus-train-ferry/service-announcements/some-bus-services-will-not-operate-on-thursday-29-march/

The disruption will affect around half of Auckland’s bus routes including most services in the central suburbs, and some services in west Auckland, the eastern suburbs and the North Shore.

Independent drivers will be rostered on to operate the Inner Link service and some key routes throughout the disruption period.

To find an alternative public transport route, download the AT Mobile smartphone app, which can be used to track which buses are operating.


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