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Continuing delays and changes to train services

Auckland Transport media release
10 May 2018

There are continuing delays and changes to train services and these could continue into tomorrow. (Friday)

• Eastern Line services are operating to and from Britomart on a 20-minute frequency (every 30 minutes 7pm to 9pm)
From 9pm until the last service tonight buses will replace trains between Britomart and Panmure Station. Replacement buses will stop at Orakei, Glen Innes and Panmure.

• Southern Line services are operating to and from Britomart on a 20-minute frequency (every 30 minutes 7pm to 9pm)
From 9pm until the last service tonight buses will replace trains between Britomart and Newmarket Station.

• Western Line services continue to operate from Newmarket Station on a 20-minute frequency. Passengers can transfer to and from Newmarket by using a Southern Line train or a bus.

• Onehunga Line services are running as a train shuttle between Onehunga and Penrose Station, linking to Southern Line services at Penrose.

Limited shuttle bus services will run between Britomart (32 Commerce Street East) and Newmarket Station (Remuera Road).

Please allow additional time to get to your destination or seek alternative transport.

Use the Auckland Transport Journey Planner (advanced settings) or the AT Mobile app (select options in My Journeys) to plan an alternative Bus or Ferry trip.

Keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook pages for updates throughout the day and tomorrow morning as it becomes available.

For more: www.at.govt.nz


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