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Revised timetable for Southern Line rail services

ARTA Media Release
22 August 2007

Revised timetable for Southern Line rail services this weekend

The Auckland Regional Transport Authority (ARTA) advises that on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 August a revised timetable will be operating for all stations between Papakura and Otahuhu on the Southern Line to allow for track maintenance and improvement work on this part of the rail network. A bus replacement service will be in place for all stations between Homai and Otahuhu.

Normal train fares will apply for the entire journey.

Passengers should look out for the RAIL BUS sign at affected stations.

RAIL BUS stops can be found at the following locations:
• Homai: park and ride bus stop
• Puhinui: the corner of Kenderdine and Puhinui Roads
• Papatoetoe: Shirley Road
• Middlemore: Hospital Road
• Otahuhu: Titi Street.

Disruptions to passengers are expected to be minimal. Passengers are however advised to check timetables carefully and allow more time for their journey, as arrival and departure times will differ.

Passengers travelling on the Southern Line this weekend can get more information about revised timetables and bus replacements from MAXX on (09) 366 6400 or at www.maxx.co.nz

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