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Range Of Transport Options to V8 Supercars ITM 400 Auckland


Auckland Transport media release

2 April 2013

A Range Of Transport Options to V8 Supercars ITM 400 Auckland

Ticket holders for the V8 Supercars ITM 400 Auckland championship at the revamped Pukekohe Park Raceway have a range of transport options.

Pre-purchased tickets holders have the option of travelling on a special event bus or train to the event from 12-14 April. To plan your journey, visit www.at.co.nz or phone 09 366 6400.

By bus:

Special event buses to the venue will be provided for those travelling from the North Shore. These buses will operate along the Northern Busway departing from Albany approximately every 15 minutes from 5.30am to 10am each day during the event.
Those using special event buses must show their ITM 400 Auckland ticket.
This express service will stop at all stops along the Northern Busway until the Auckland Harbour Bridge then continue direct to Glasgow Road, Pukekohe.
The buses return to the North Shore from the same point, departing from 5pm until 90 minutes after the finish of the last race.
Regular fares apply on normal scheduled bus services across the network.

By train:

Ticket holders can also travel on Auckland’s rail network to and from the event by presenting their ITM 400 Auckland ticket.
Trains will operate every 15 minutes along the Southern Line with additional trains running to the Pukekohe Rail Station, around 1.5km from the raceway.
It is recommended you travel early to the event to avoid possible delays due to high demand.

Private vehicle:

Some ticket holders will make their own way to the event and there will be parking options available for them.
There is limited mobility parking available at the raceway.
Fan Trail:
Get your experience off to a great start with the excitement of the 1.4km Fan Trail from Pukekohe Train Station to Pukekohe Park Raceway.
The Fan Trail is the event before the event - a must-do for ticket-holders of all ages.

Mobility:

A Mobilty Shuttle will operate for public transport users in Pukekohe for assistance if required from two locations:
Glasgow Rd, Pukekohe to meet with Northern Busway services
Station Rd adjacent to the train station to for Train users
Mobility Shuttles will operate from the first scheduled train until the last scheduled train departs from Pukekohe on event days. This also covers the duration of the special event bus services from the Northern Busway.
Updates:
Across the weekend Auckland Transport will provide regular travel updates on twitter: @akltransport


For more information: www.aucklandtransport.govt.nz

ENDS

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