Strike action scheduled for Monday 23 to Friday 27 April involving drivers for NZ Bus has been withdrawn by First Union and Tramways Union.

However, drivers will meet on Tuesday (24 April) to ratify the settlement to the dispute. This meeting means NZ Bus services will be cancelled after morning peak. Services on Tuesday will be disrupted between 9:30am and 2:30pm, some services immediately before or after this could also be affected.

Use the journey planner to plan an alternative trip, under advanced options select the service operator. Ensure Go West, Metrolink and North Star are not selected. 

Bus services run by other operators are not affected and train and ferry services will run as usual on Tuesday.

Note: CityLink and InnerLink services will continue to operate during the disruption.

List of NZ Bus services not operating

Published 20 April 2018 | Last updated 23 April 2018
Information is correct at the time of publishing and subject to change

Auckland Transport

Britomart Station entrances changing

britomart 16 JanuaryTomorrow (Tuesday, 17 January 2017) train passengers will find the Queen Street entrances for the Britomart Station closed and a new entrance open around the corner in Commerce Street. 

Auckland Transport says the Queen Street entrances will remain closed for the next 3 years while the City Rail Link (CRL) tunnels are constructed.

The ticket and top-up machines, ticket office, toilets, and customer service centre have been moved to the new entrance.

Access to the station is also available from Tyler Street, Galway Street and the Takutai Square (eastern entrance).

Auckland Transport is assuring passengers that all trains and timetables will run as usual as the station remains operational throughout the construction work, which is being done by a Downer Soletanche Bachy joint venture.

When completed, the City Rail Link project will mean more frequent trains across the network, more direct services to the city centre and will double the number of people who can use trains at peak times. The CRL will also provide opportunities for new commercial, residential and retail developments, particularly around the stations. 

Read more about CRL