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Stagecoach buses free on Christmas Day

Tuesday, 20 December 2005

Stagecoach buses free on Christmas Day

This coming Sunday, Christmas Day, Stagecoach Auckland will run all its bus services for free, including The Link, as an end of year 'thank you' gesture to it’s customers. The free Christmas Day bus services will run to a normal Sunday timetable. Customers wanting to check timetable information should call MAXX* on 366 6400 before December 25.

The MAXX Contact Centre will not be operating on Christmas Day. Customers can always look at the Stagecoach website for timetable information however. The address is: www.stagecoach.co.nz

Nite Rider buses operate New Years Eve

Stagecoach will be running Nite Rider buses as normal on New Year’s Eve this year. Nite Rider buses depart from the stops outside the St. James and Civic Theatres on Queen Street between 1am and 3am. Fares are either $4 of $6 cash depending on the distance to be traveled. For details on NiteRider customers should call MAXX on 366 6400 or visit www.stagecoach.co.nz

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