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Transport Providers Develop Integrated Solution

Transport Providers Develop Integrated Transport Solution

Auckland bus, rail and ferry companies are working together to provide a new integrated transport solution which signals benefits for both commuters and tourists in the Auckland region.

This new initiative aims to offer commuters and travelers more choice and convenience, with less stress and fewer travel costs for those users of road, rail and sea. All Auckland residents will benefit from this initiative with real cost and time savings.

Details will be unveiled to key media and VIP’s on Thursday 10 April at 9.45am. Never short of an opinion, MC Kerre Woodham will be joined by Councillor Gwen Bull, Auckland Regional Council, and Stagecoach Chairman Ross Martin on a ‘cruise’ of discovery as they demonstrate how this new transport initiative will work and how it will impact the region.


Where Guests to meet at Pier 2, Fullers Ferry Terminal, Quay St, City

When: Thursday 10 April 2003, 9.45am – 10.45am

Interview - Gwen Bull, Councillor, Auckland Regional Council Opportunities: - Ross Martin, Stagecoach Chairman

Media are invited to attend the launch.

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