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Bayfair bus stop closure

Friday June 15

The bus stop at Bayfair Shopping Centre will close Wednesday 20 June affecting numerous Bayhopper routes as well as services to and from Rotorua, Whakatāne and Te Puke.

The new Farm St interchange is still under construction so passengers need to be aware of the temporary changes that will affect their trips.

From June 20 please board at the following locations:

For services to Papamoa, Whakatane and Rotorua and the Te Puke Shopper please use the bus stop in front of 3 Grenada St.
Tauranga, Greerton, Maungatapu, Mount or Te Puke Shopper services please use the bus stop in front of 30 Girven Road (fronting St John) or the bus stop in front of 10 Grenada St (near Zambuk Way).
Te Puke Commuter, Matapihi and Mangatawa passengers please use the bus stop at 30 Girven Rd.
Please note the four bus stops on Gloucester Street North of Monowai St are closing permanently, the bus now turns at Monowai St.

Passengers are encouraged to download Transit app and enable notifications. Transit provides real-time bus information and service updates on Tauranga, Te Puke and Katikati/Omokoroa routes and is available free from the App Store or Google Play.

Council apologises for any inconvenience caused due to these changes, please note this is temporary and passengers will be informed once the new interchange on Farm St is in operation.


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