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Police Remind Motorists And Commuters Of Potential Transport Disruption This Morning

Published: Thu 30 May 2024 07:13 AM
Please attribute to Assistant Commissioner Mike Johnson:
Police are monitoring hīkoi and public gatherings in various locations
around the country today.
Hīkoi travel is expected through the morning from 6.30am at various
locations around the country and has the potential to disrupt traffic in a
number of areas.
Morning commuters should check public transport schedules for any timetable
changes.
NZ Transport Agency Waka Kotahi Journey Planner site will have real-time
information about traffic on major roads across the roading network.
Police District Facebook pages will have updates in the event of any
significant issues.
Police will be visible across the roading network and in public places
throughout the morning and will act where necessary to prevent participants
putting themselves and motorists in harm’s way.

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