NZ Bus Working Hard to Minimise Impact

Published: Fri 31 Aug 2012 05:04 PM
Press Release – Friday 31 August 2012
NZ Bus Working Hard to Minimise Impact
NZ Bus received notice that Tramways and First Unions have called a stop work meeting on Monday, 3 September. The stop work meeting will only affect limited Go West services and NZ Bus has worked hard to minimize disruption.
School bus services will not be affected.
The following Go West bus services will not operate between 9:00am and 12noon on Monday, 3 September:
Tanekaha Services (Routes 180 & 181)
Titirangi Services (Routes 173 & 179)
Henderson Hopper (Route 145)
Sturges Road (Route 149)
Glen Eden (Routes 154 & 163)
Glendene (Routes113 & 115)
Full service will resume from 12noon.
All other Go West services will operate as normal.
LINK, Metrolink, North Star, Waka Pacific and buses operated by Ritchie’s Transport, Howick & Eastern, Birkenhead Transport, Urban Express, Waiheke Buses, Northern Express and Airbus services are not affected.
For more information visit call 09 366 6400
NZ Bus wish to apologise to our customers for any inconvenience caused and be assured we are working hard to ensure minimal disruption to services.

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