Going out and about over the holidays?
17 December 2005
Going out and about over the
Buses, trains and the harbour ferry will operate
on a reduced timetable over Christmas and New Year – from 24
December to 14 January 2005 and most bus and train services
will be free on Christmas Day.
Pick up a leaflet about
these services from timetable stockists, buses, trains or
the harbour ferry or go to www.gw.govt.nz.
planning a night out, why not go home with the After
Midnight bus services? These operate from midnight until
3am, (some services until 4am), on Saturdays and Sundays.
After Midnight will also run in the early morning on
Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and 2nd January (these
services attract a fare). The bus leaves from Courtenay
Place and goes to most Wellington suburbs including Lower
Hutt, Upper Hutt and Porirua.
It’s cheaper than a taxi
For more information phone Ridewell – the public
transport information service – on 801 7000 (0800 801 700
from Kapiti and the Wairarapa).
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