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Stagecoach Industrial Action Update
Stagecoach is operating all services as normal today, however drivers are working to rule, which means that they may not run their last service, if it is going to go beyond the finish of their shift, especially after 4pm.

There is the possibility of further strikes next week, however, at this stage this has not been confirmed as Stagecoach and the Unions are still negotiating. Stagecoach will be advising customers via posters on the buses, news releases etc of any further industrial action.

For further information, including a list of trips that may be affected by the work to rule go to the Stagecoach website

Placemakers V8 International
The V8 Supercars arrive at Pukekohe Park Raceway on the weekend of April 15-17. For information on how to get to and from Pukekohe via train, click here. (398KB)

Changes to Train Timetables
There have be a number of changes to train timetables, commencing Monday 14 February.

There are changes to services on all lines including an earlier train from Waitakere, new express and limited stops services on the Eastern and Western lines and trains no longer use Wiri Station.

There have been changes to routes 567 and 569 to connect Homai station with the area around Roscommon Rd, Langley Rd and Wiri Station Rd

See below for links to brochures outlining changes to services as well as the new timetables for the trains and the routes 567 and 569.

Eastern Line
Brochure -Changes to Eastern Line Timetable (191kb)

Eastern Line Train Timetable (198kb)

Southern Line
Brochure -Changes to Southern Line Timetable (191kb)

Southern Line Train Timetable (442kb)

Brochure -Withdrawal of Services From Wiri Station (89kb)

Manukau Crosstown Bus Timetable (routes 567 and 569) (831kb)

Western Line
Brochure -Changes to Western Line Timetable (175kb)

Western Line Train Timetable (234kb)

Construction at Downtown Ferry Terminal
All passengers using the Downtown Ferry Terminal, in particular those using Waiheke ferries, need to be aware that construction began on Tuesday 8 February at Pier 2 to upgrade it.
Access is via foot only. All traffic access (cars and taxis) need to use the new pick-up and drop-off area to the east of the ferry building, which is signposted.
Please note that there is NO parking in the new area, and any parked vehicles will be towed. Construction is expected to take at least 5-6 months, and all passengers are asked to be patient while changes are being made.

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