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City centre bus changes from 27 June City centre bus changes from 27 June

From 27 June 2021, the intersection of Wellesley Street and Albert Street will re-open to vehicles and the intersection of Victoria Street and Albert Street will close. Wellesley Street will become the main east-west bus corridor through the City Centre and many bus routes will move from Victoria Street to Wellesley Street. Below are the bus routes and stops that will change through the City Centre from 27 June 2021. Bus services will continue to depart from their first bus stop at their usual time, however journey times may vary by a few minutes through the city due to these new routes.

 AT Journey Planner or AT Mobile  will show the new bus routes, stops and times from 27 June 2021.

These changes are to accommodate the construction of City Rail Link and Aotea Station. Visit AT.govt.nz/betterway for information about this project


Affected bus services

Inner Link, Outer Link, NX2, 18, 101, 110, 125X, 129, 195, 22A, 22R, 22N, 24B, 24R, 24W, 209, 75, 82, 802, 923, 924


InnerLink

  • New route through city centre
  • Will no longer travel in the city centre on Queen St and Victoria St West between Queen St and Victoria Park. It will travel between Britomart and Victoria Park on Customs St West, Fanshawe St and Halsey St instead

Bus stop changes for InnerLink

Travelling clockwise

PDF Route Map of Clockwise Inner Link From 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing InnerLink bus services:

  • 131 Queen St (bus stop number 7049)
  • Victoria St West opposite Sky Tower (bus stop number 7099)
  • 201 Victoria St West (bus stop number 7105)

Bus stops gaining InnerLink bus services:

  • Fanshawe St by Customs St West (bus stop number 7142)

Travelling anti-clockwise

PDF Route Map of Anticlockwise Inner Link From 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing InnerLink bus services:

  • 110 Queen St (bus stop number 7050)
  • 174 Queen St (bus stop number 7052)
  • Victoria St West outside Sky Tower (bus stop number 7100)
  • 156 Victoria St West (bus stop number 7104)

Bus stops gaining InnerLink bus services:

  • 21 Halsey St (bus stop number 1319)
  • Fanshawe near Bradnor Lane (bus stop number 7034)

OuterLink

  • New route through city centre
  • Will travel directly along Wellesley St between Victoria Park and Queen St
  • Will no longer travel on Mayoral Drive

Bus stop changes for OuterLink

Travelling clockwise

PDF Route Map of Clockwise Outer Link and inbound 101 From 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing OuterLink bus services:

  • 152 Hobson St (bus stop number 7090)

Bus stops gaining OuterLink bus services:

  • 79 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1089)

 

Travelling anti-clockwise

PDF Route Map of Anticlockwise Outer Link and Outbound 101 From 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing OuterLink bus services:

  • Mayoral Dr near Greys Ave (bus stop number 1364)
  • Wellesley St East outside ASB Bank (bus stop number 7006)

Bus stops gaining OuterLink bus services:

  • 24 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 7232)

NX2

  • New route through city centre
  • Will travel directly along Wellesley St between Victoria Park and Queen St
  • New bus stop on Mayoral Drive outside AUT
  • Will continue to start from the city on Wellesley St East by AUT and end at the city on Symonds St

Bus stop changes for NX2

Travelling into city centre

PDF Route Map of Inbound NX2 from 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing NX2 bus services:

  • Mayoral Dr near Queen St (bus stop number 1318)
  • 137 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1079)
  • 134 Hobson St (bus stop number 7082)

Bus stops gaining NX2 bus services:

  • 79 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1089)
  • 21 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 7001)
  • Mayoral Dr beside AUT (bus stop number 7039)

Travelling out of city centre


PDF Route Map of Outbound NX2 from 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing NX2 bus services:

  • Opposite 103 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1090)
  • Mayoral Dr near Greys Ave (bus stop number 1364)

Bus stops gaining NX2 bus services:

  • Wellesley St West opposite the Albion Hotel (bus stop number 1088)
  • Wellesley St West outside The Civic (bus stop number 7086)

75

  • New route through city centre
  • Will not travel on Victoria St, Bowen Ave or Waterloo Quadrant
  • Heading into the city it will travel on Grafton Bridge, Symonds St, Wellesley St to Victoria Park and Wynyard Quarter
  • Heading out of the city it will travel from Wynyard Quarter and Victoria Park along Wellesley St West, Wellesley St East, under Symonds St to Grafton Rd to Park Rd, past Auckland City Hospital
  • It will not travel on Symonds St when it leaves the city

Bus stop changes for 75

Travelling into city centre

PDF Route Map of Inbound 75 from 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing 75 bus services:

  • 5 Victoria St East (bus stop number 7008)
  • Opposite 10 Waterloo Quadrant (bus stop number 7013)
  • 100 Victoria St West (bus stop number 7102)
  • 3 Symonds St (bus stop number 7145)

Bus stops gaining 75 bus services:

  • Opposite 103 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1090)
  • Wellesley St outside ASB Bank (bus stop number 7006)

Travelling out of city centre

PDF Route Map of Outbound 75 from 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing 75 bus services:

  • 18 Waterloo Quadrant (bus stop number 7014)
  • Victoria St East near High St (bus stop number 7022)
  • Victoria St West opposite Sky Tower (bus stop number 7099)
  • 201 Victoria St West (bus stop number 7105)
  • 2 Symonds St (bus stop number 7144)
  • 44 Symonds St (bus stop number 7152)
  • Symonds St Cemetery (bus stop number 7156)

Bus stops gaining 75 bus services:

  • 79 Wellesley St (bus stop number 1089)
  • 21 Halsey St (bus stop number 1319)
  • Wellesley St opposite the Civic (bus stop number 7021)
  • Wellesley St East near Art Gallery (bus stop number 7088)
  • Grafton Rd near Auckland City Hospital Gate 4 (bus stop number 7282)

82

  • New route though city centre
  • Will travel directly along Wellesley St between Victoria Park and Queen St
  • Will continue to start and finish in the city on Mayoral Drive opposite AUT

Bus stop changes for 82

Travelling into city centre

PDF Route Map of Inbound 82 802 923 924 from 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing 82 bus services:

  • 21 Halsey St (bus stop number 1319)
  • 152 Hobson St (bus stop number 7090)

Bus stops gaining 82 bus services:

  • 79 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1089)
  • 21 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 7001)

Travelling out of city centre

PDF Route Map of Outbound 82 802 923 from 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing 82 bus services:

  • Opposite 103 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1090)
  • Mayoral Dr near Greys Ave (bus stop number 1364)

Bus stops gaining 82 bus services:

  • Wellesley St West opposite the Albion Hotel (bus stop number 1088)

Wellesley West outside Civic (bus stop number 7086)

101

  • New route through city centre
  • Will travel directly along Wellesley St between Victoria Park and Queen St.

Bus stop changes for 101

Travelling into city centre

PDF Route Map of Clockwise Outer Link and inbound 101 From 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing 101 bus services:

  • Mayoral Dr near Queen St (bus stop number 1318)
  • 152 Hobson St (bus stop number 7090)

Bus stops gaining 101 bus services:

  • 79 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1089)
  • 10 Wellesley St East (bus stop number 1094)

 

Travelling out of city centre

PDF Route Map of Anticlockwise Outer Link and Outbound 101 From 27 June 2021

No bus stops losing 101 bus services.

Bus stops gaining 101 bus services:

24 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 7232)

22A, 22R,22N (New North Rd)

  • New route through city centre
  • From city: Victoria St West, turn right onto Hobson St, left onto Wellesley St West, straight across Queen St onto Wellesley St East, right onto Mayoral Drive (a new right-hand turn facility will be built here), left onto Wakefield St, right onto Symonds St, then same as current route.
  • To city: Symonds St, left onto Wellesley St East, straight across Queen St onto Wellesley St West. Stays on Wellesley St West to Victoria Park and finishes at its current bus stop on Victoria St West near Hardinge St
  • No change to the city centre start and finish bus stops on Victoria St West near Hardinge St

Bus stop changes for 22A, 22R, 22N

Travelling into city centre

PDF Route Map of Inbound 22A 22N 22R 24B 24R 24W from 27 June 2021.pdf

Bus stops losing 22 bus services:

  • Wellesley St West opposite the Albion Hotel (bus stop number 1088)
  • 237 Queen St (bus stop number 7053)
  • Wellesley St East near AUT (bus stop number 7089)
  • Victoria St West outside Sky Tower (bus stop number 7100)
  • 25 Symonds St (bus stop number 7147)

Bus stops gaining 22 bus services:

  • Wellesley St East near ASB Bank (bus stop number 7006)
  • Symonds St near Mount St (bus stop number 7143)

Travelling out of city centre

PDF Route Map of Outbound 22A 22N 22R 24B 24R 24W from 27 June 2021.pdf

Bus stops losing 22 bus services:

  • 18 Waterloo Quadrant (bus stop number 7014)
  • Victoria St West opposite Sky Tower (bus stop number 7099)
  • 19 Victoria St West (bus stop number 7093)
  • 4 Symonds St (bus stop number 7146)
  • 36 Symonds St (bus stop number 7148)

Bus stops gaining 22 bus services:

  • 86 Symonds St (bus stop number 7154)
  • Wellesley St near Hobson St (bus stop number 1083)
  • Victoria St West near Vogel Ln (bus stop number 1095)
  • Wellesley St opposite The Civic (bus stop number 7021)

24B, 24R, 24W (Sandringham Rd)

  • New route through city centre
  • From city: Victoria St West, turn right onto Hobson St, left onto Wellesley St West, straight across Queen St onto Wellesley St East, right onto Mayoral Drive (a new right-hand turn facility will be built here), left onto Wakefield St, right onto Symonds St, then same as current route
  • To city: Symonds St, left onto Wellesley St East, straight across Queen St onto Wellesley St West. Stays on Wellesley St West to Victoria Park and finishes at its current bus stop on Victoria St West near Graham St
  • No change to the city centre start and finish bus stops on Victoria St West near Graham St

 Travelling into city centre

PDF Route Map of Inbound 22A 22N 22R 24B 24R 24W from 27 June 2021.pdf

Bus stops losing 24 bus services:

  • 237 Queen St (bus stop number 7053)
  • Wellesley St East near AUT (bus stop number 7089)
  • Victoria St West outside Sky Tower (bus stop number 7100)
  • 25 Symonds St (bus stop number 7147)
  • Wellesley St West opposite the Albion Hotel (bus stop number 1088)

Bus stops gaining 24 bus services:

  • Wellesley St East outside ASB Bank (bus stop number 7006)
  • Symonds St near Mount St (bus stop number 7143)

Travelling out of city centre

PDF Route Map of Outbound 22A 22N 22R 24B 24R 24W from 27 June 2021.pdf

Bus stops losing 24 bus services:

  • 18 Waterloo Quadrant (bus stop number 7014)
  • Victoria St East near High St (bus stop number 7022)
  • Victoria St West opposite Sky Tower (bus stop number 7099)
  • 4 Symonds St (bus stop number 7146)
  • 36 Symonds St (bus stop number 7148)

Bus stops gaining 24 bus services:

  • Victoria St West near Vogel Ln (bus stop number 1095)
  • Mayoral Dr beside AUT (bus stop number 7039)
  • Wellesley St opposite the Civic (bus stop number 7021)
  • 86 Symonds St (bus stop number 7154)

Wellesley St near Hobson St (bus stop number 1083)

802

  • New route through city centre
  • Will travel directly along Wellesley St between Victoria Park and Queen St
  • Will continue to start and finish in the city on Mayoral Drive opposite AUT.

Bus stop changes for 802

Travelling into city centre

PDF Route Map of Inbound 82 802 923 924 from 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing 802 bus services:

  • 21 Halsey St (bus stop number 1319)
  • 152 Hobson St (bus stop number 7090)

Bus stops gaining 802 bus services:

  • 79 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1089)
  • 21 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 7001)

Travelling out of city centre

PDF Route Map of Outbound 82 802 923 from 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing 802 bus services:

  • Opposite 103 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1090)
  • Mayoral Dr near Greys Ave (bus stop number 1364)

Bus stops gaining 802 bus services:

  • Wellesley St West opposite the Albion Hotel (bus stop number 1088)
  • Wellesley St West outside The Civic (bus stop number 7086)

923

  • New route through city centre
  • Will travel directly along Wellesley St between Victoria Park and Queen St
  • Will continue to start and finish in the city on Mayoral Drive opposite AUT.

Bus stop changes for 923

Travelling into city centre

PDF Route Map of Inbound 82 802 923 924 from 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing 923 bus services:

  • 21 Halsey St (bus stop number 1319)
  • 152 Hobson St (bus stop number 7090)

Bus stops gaining 923 bus services:

  • 79 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1089)
  • 21 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 7001)

Travelling out of city centre

PDF Route Map of Outbound 82 802 923 from 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing 923 bus services:

  • Opposite 103 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1090)
  • Mayoral Dr near Greys Ave (bus stop number 1364)

Bus stops gaining 923 bus services:

  • Wellesley St West opposite the Albion Hotel (bus stop number 1088)
  • Wellesley St West outside Civic (bus stop number 7086)

924

  • New route through city centre
  • Will travel directly along Wellesley St between Victoria Park and Queen St
  • Will continue to start and finish in the city on Mayoral Drive opposite AUT

Bus stop changes for 924

Travelling into city centre

PDF Route Map of Inbound 82 802 923 924 from 27 June 2021

Bus stops losing 924 bus services:

  • 21 Halsey St (bus stop number 1319)
  • 152 Hobson St (bus stop number 7090)

Bus stops gaining 924 bus services:

  • 79 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 1089)
  • 21 Wellesley St West (bus stop number 7001)

18, 110,125X, 129, 195, 209

  • Will drop off passengers at 237 Queen St, near Darby St (stop number 7053)
  • 18, 195, 209 weekday morning services will no longer drop off at Victoria St. Their last two stops when coming into the city centre will be 237 Queen St near Darby St (stop number 7053) and 131 Queen, opposite Vulcan Lane (stop number 7049).

Last updated 9 June  2021
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