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Changes to Some Night Rider Services
There will be changes to some Night Rider services effective from Friday August 8. This is because the bus stops on Wellesley St By Smith and Caughey and by Lorne St were only ever temporary bus stops while buses could not use Britomart.

N50 to Pakuranga and Howick will now depart from Queen St outside the St James at 1:05am, 2:05am and 3:05am.
N31 to Onehunga, Mangere & Papatoetoe will depart from Queen St outside the St James. The last trip will now leave at 3:10am (was 3:00am)
N47 to Papakura via Great South Rd will depart from Queen St outside the St James. The last trip will now leave at 3:10am (was 3:00am)

August 3 Changes
There are a number of changes to buses effective from August 3, as well as the changes to central and west buses noted below.

Britomart Many buses that start and finish in the CBD will now have their terminus at Britomart. Check the Britomart bus stop brochure to see the affected changes.

Please note that a few of these are not updated in the journey planner - if your bus is not showing as starting or finishing at Britomart and you think it should, check the brochure.

At this stage there are two exceptions to this due to roadworks. The Mt Eden Rd/Three Kings buses will continue to use the stop in Commerce St and Remuera Rd buses will use Commerce St.

Route 392 There is a route change to route 392. The Midtown stop for Te Papapa services is remaining at Victoria St E.(above Lorne St) and the route & stops within the city will be the same as the Manukau Rd services 30- and 31- Inwards - via Symonds St , left Karangahape Rd, right Queen St, right Mayoral Dr, Kitchener St, to Victoria St E. Outwards - via Victoria St E, left Queen St, left Karangahape Rd, right Symonds St, then normal route.

Changes to Central and Western Buses
There will be changes affecting Central and West buses commencing on August 3.

Click below for a summary of:
Central bus changes

West bus changes
Changes are not yet complete in the Journey Planner or timetable section.

With the opening of Britomart, many people will have now seen MAXX, the Auckland region's public transport brand.

To see more about MAXX, Click here for an Acrobat PDF brochure with further details.

Britomart Station Open For Business, Monday July 7
Britomart Station was opened for business on Monday July 7.

For further details on services into Britomart, and the centre itself, visit the Britomart page.

New Train Timetables - Effective June 2003
New Service - City Circuit
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