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Travel included to Wellington Phoenix game on trains

30 January 2014

Travel included to Wellington Phoenix game on trains and Northern Express buses

Travel by train or the Northern Express Bus to watch the Wellington Phoenix at Eden Park and travel is included in your match ticket.

The game is on this Saturday 1 February, 7.30pm so weekend timetables for all services will apply. For more information, timetables and services go online to www.at.co.nz or phone 09 366 6400.

Please remember to keep your ticket for your travel home.

Train:
Additional trains to a regular weekend timetable will be running to Eden Park before the match, and to Swanson and the city afterward. Included travel is three hours prior to the game until the end of service.

Bus:
Buses depart Albany Station approximately every 15 minutes and stop at all Northern Busway stations to Britomart.

To get home, passengers can use bus stop 7045 on Queen Street back to Albany via all stations along the Northern Busway.

Included travel on the Northern Express buses is three hours prior to the game until the end of service.

Standard fares apply for all other bus services.

Ferry
The Downtown Ferry Terminal is next to the Britomart Transport Centre in Downtown Auckland. This means ferry passengers can easily change to a train or bus for transport to Eden Park. Standard fares apply.

For more information: www.aucklandtransport.govt.nz

ENDS

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