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Unannounced strike sees some North Shore buses cancelled

Unannounced strike, bus services cancelled

Some North Shore bus services have been cancelled in an unannounced strike this morning.

a bus showing 'not
in service' on its display

Photo: RNZ / Todd Niall

Auckland Transport said services were beginning to return to schedule following an earlier unannounced strike.

Drivers walked out of Glenfield depot this morning in an unannounced strike called without notice, it said this morning.

School services were being covered and the strike did not affect the Northern Express services.

The following services were likely affected: 82, 101, 105, 110, 129, 801, 802, 805, 806, 807, 814, 842, 843, 923 & 924.




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