Auckland Transport (AT) is reminding customers of their options for public transport during the Harbour Bridge's full southbound lane closures this weekend (3 to 4 October 2020) for repair work.
A new 22.7-metre strut will be installed on Auckland Harbour Bridge overnight on Saturday, 3 October, which is the first stage of a multi-staged process to do the needed repairs.
Waka Kotahi is advising that all southbound lanes of the Auckland Harbour Bridge into the city centre will be closed overnight from 9pm Saturday evening and will reopen mid-morning on Sunday.
One southbound lane and one northbound lane over the bridge will also close from 5pm on Saturday to prepare the site for the overnight work.
Because of these closures, buses from the North Shore to the city will stop at Akoranga bus station from 8:15pm, then a shuttle service will take passengers to and from the Birkenhead ferry wharf.
Meanwhile, buses from the city to the North Shore will be running, but with reduced services.
To help get people to where they need to go, additional ferry services have been added for Saturday evening and Sunday morning during Auckland Harbour Bridge's lane closures. Find out more about the additional ferry services and the Auckland Harbour Bridge closure.
AT reminds customers that a face covering must be worn while on public transport, register your AT HOP card and scan the on-board QR code with the Ministry of Health's COVID Tracer app.