Public Transport At Alert Level 3 From Wednesday
We were pleased to learn today that Canterbury will move
to Alert Level 3 at 11.59pm on Tuesday 31
Under Level 3, government advice is that
travel is still restricted and is only allowed for permitted
movement in your local area.
To read the full release
including information on contactless payments, timetables,
school services, mandatory face coverings, contact tracing
and bus interchange and lounge updates please see metro.co.nz.
and MyWay by Metro updates are available at timaru.metro.co.nz.
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