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MAXX to the Air New Zealand Cup


MAXX to the Air New Zealand Cup


Rugby fans can avoid parking hassles and catch the bus or train to Eden Park to see Auckland take on Taranaki in the Air New Zealand Cup, kicking off at 7.35pm this Friday.

A great way to get to the game is to take a train to Kingsland train station, which is just five minutes’ walk from Eden Park. An additional train will depart from Kingsland after the game to take passengers back to Otahuhu, via Britomart and Glen Innes. On the Western Line, an additional train will leave Kingsland for Waitakere. Normal Friday services will be operating on the Southern Line.

Regular bus routes 23- and 24- run from Victoria Street East approximately every 15 minutes to Sandringham Road by Eden Park.

Dominion Road services (routes 25- and 26-) run approximately every 10 minutes from the St James stop on Queen Street.

Normal bus and train fares from all stations apply.

Passengers should check bus and train timetables carefully before travelling and ensure they allow plenty of time to plan their journeys.

Rugby fans planning to use public transport to and from the Air New Zealand Cup game can get more information about services and timetables from MAXX on (09) 366 6400 or at www.maxx.co.nz
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