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Stagecoach Buses Free On Christmas Day (Wgtn)

Monday, 22 December 2003
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Stagecoach Buses Free On Christmas Day

This coming Thursday, Christmas Day, Stagecoach Wellington and Cityline Hutt Valley will run all its bus services for free, including the Stagecoach Flyer, as an end of year 'thank you' gesture to it’s customers.

The free Christmas Day bus service will run on the normal Sunday timetable. Customers wanting to check timetable information should contact Ridewell on 801 7000 or visit www.stagecoach.co.nz

AFTER MIDNIGHT BUSES OPERATE NEW YEARS EVE

Stagecoach will be running After Midnight buses on New Year’s Eve this year.
After Midnight buses will depart at 1am, 2am and 3am for most Wellington suburbs. Services to the Hutt Valley leave every 30 minutes between 12 midnight and 4am for Queensgate. Buses from Queensgate depart for Wainuiomata, Upper Hutt and Eastbourne every 90 minutes.

Customers wanting timetable information should contact Ridewell on 801 7000 or visit www.stagecoach.co.nz

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