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While AT Metro and our bus operators try to minimise disruption to your travel plans, sometimes it is necessary for buses to detour using surrounding roads to avoid an area where roadworks occur. This may cause delays to services and/or bus stops being temporarily closed or relocated.

List of areas where bus detours and/or stop closures are in place

Dominion Road - Tuesday 6 April to Tuesday 16 November 2021

Dates: Tuesday 6 April to Tuesday 16 November 2021.
Time: 24/7
Description: A road closure is required for road works. Some delays can be expected.

No detour required.

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
1153 Dominion Road (8439) 1175 Dominion Road (8441) 25L, 252, 006
1400 Dominion Road (8436) 1424 Dominion Road (8438) 25L, 252, 006

East Coast Road - Sunday 9 May to Thursday 13 May 2021

Dates: Sunday 9 May to Thursday 13 May 2021. Detour above for Tuesday 11 May 2021.
Time: 7pm to 5am
Description: A road closure is required for road works. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for routes 878 bus service.

To Constellation Station To Browns Bay
Buses will travel to East Coast Road as normal No change
Right Greville Road
Left Hugh Green Drive
Left Rosedale Road
Right East Coast Road
Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
477 East Coast Road (3149) 445 East Coast Road (3147) 878
573 East Coast Road (3129) 613 East Coast Road (3127) 878
545 East Coast Road (3131)
678 East Coast Road (3148) 638 East Coast Road (3150) 878

East Coast Road - Sunday 16 May 2021

Dates: Sunday 16 May 2021.
Time: 7pm to 5am
Description: A road closure is required for road works. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for routes 878 bus service.

To Constellation Station To Browns Bay
Buses will travel to East Coast Road as normal No change
Left Oaktree Avenue
Right Weetman Drive
Left East Coast Road
Then as normal

Detour required for routes 865 bus service.

To Albany To Browns Bay
Buses will travel to Oaktree Avenue as normal Buses will travel to Hugh Green Drive as normal
Right East Coast Road Left Arirang Rise
Left Spencer Road Right Spencer Road
Left Arirang Rise Right East Coast Road
Right Hugh Green Drive Left Oaktree Avenue
Then as normal Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
613 East Coast Road (3127) 653 East Coast Road (3151) 878
Greville Road near Walkway to Killybegs Drive (4244) No alternative 865
Opposite 44 Hugh Green Drive (3182) 10 Hugh Green Drive (4230)
44 Hugh Green Drive (3181) No alternative
Greville Road near Hauraki Crescent (4137) 10 Hugh Green Drive (4230)
730 East Coast Road (3146) 164 Oaktree Avenue (3144)

Finlayson Avenue - Tuesday 27 April to Thursday 20 May 2021

Dates: Tuesday 27 April to Thursday 20 May 2021.
Time: All times
Description: A road closure is required for the installation of a raised pedestrian crossing. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for routes 002 and 361 bus service.

Towards Burundi Avenue To Palmers Road
Buses will travel to Palmers Road as normal No change
Right Kennington Drive
Left Maplesden Drive
Right Finlayson Avenue
Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
66 Palmers Road (2212) 36 Palmers Road (6874) 002, 361
231 Finlayson Avenue (6881) 185 Finlayson Avenue (6879)

Forrest Hill Road - Tuesday 27 April to Tuesday 15 June 2021

Dates: Tuesday 27 April to Tuesday 15 June 2021.
Time: All times
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for routes 056 school bus service.

To School From School
Buses will start trip from Shaw Road outside Oratia Primary School (5951) Buses will travel to West Coast Road as normal
Right West Coast Road Left Shaw Road
Then as normal Buses will u-turn at Oratia Primary School Bus Bay
Buses will end trip

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
126 Forrest Hill Road (5324) Shaw Road outside Oratia Primary (5951) 056
Opposite 147 Forrest Hill Road (5322)
170 Forrest Hill Road (5320)
198 Forrest Hill Road (5318)
208 Forrest Hill Road (5316)
Opposite 235 Forrest Hill Road (5890)
276 Forrest Hill Road (5313)
324 Forrest Hill Road (5314)
362 Forrest Hill Road (5940)
893 West Coast Road (5465)
857 West Coast Road (5463)
835 West Coast Road (5461)
813 West Coast Road (5459)
West Coast Road opposite Kauri Loop Road (5457)
757 West Coast Road (5455)
727 West Coast Road (5453)
Opposite 676 West Coast Road (5989)
671 West Coast Road (5451)
647 West Coast Road (5449)
621 West Coast Road (5447)
551 West Coast Road (5443)
Opposite 79 Forrest Hill Road (5329)
119 Forrest Hill Road (5329)
185 Forrest Hill Road (5325)
215 Forrest Hill Road (5317)
231 Forrest Hill Road (5899)
253 Forrest Hill Road (5315)
307 Forrest Hill Road (1625)
Opposite 362 Forrest Hill Road (1623)
884 West Coast Road (5492)
834 West Coast Road (5490)
806 West Coast Road (5488)
776 West Coast Road (5486)
734 West Coast Road (5484)
714 West Coast Road (5482)
Opposite 727 West Coast Road (5480)
680 West Coast Road (5958)
646 West Coast Road (5476)
596 West Coast Rad (5474)
558 West Coast Road (5472)
Opposite 553 West Coast Road (5445)

Hendon Avenue, Mt Albert - Thursday 19 March to Monday 26 July 2021

Dates: Thursday 19 March to Monday 26 July 2021.
Time: All times
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for routes 670 bus service.

To New Lynn To Otahuhu
Continue Stoddard Road Via Richardson Road as normal  New North Road as normal
Left to New North Road  Right to Richardson Road
Then as normal Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
5 Hendon Avenue (8801)
43 Hendon Avenue (8803)
91 Hendon Avenue (1847)
1202 New North Road (8242) 670
4 Hendon Avenue (8800)
34 Hendon Avenue (8802)
1211A New North Road  (8243)
62 Hendon Avenue (1848) 217 Stoddard Road (8269)

Manukau Road- Thursday 13 May 2021

Dates: Thursday 13 May 2021
Time: 8pm to 5am
Description: A road closure is required for road works. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 30 bus services.

To City From City
No change Buses will travel to Manukau Road as normal
To Pah Road
Left Mt Albert Road
Right Manukau Road
Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
608 Manukau Road (8722) 552 Manukau Road (8718) 30
636 Manukau Road (8724)
Manukau Road near Haydn Avenue (8728) 850 Manukau Road (8732)
Stop B Royal Oak (8730)

Morningside Drive - Wednesday 19 May to Thursday 15 July 2021

Dates:Wednesday 19 May to Thursday 15 July 2021
Time: 7am to 7pm
Description: A road closure is required for road works. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 22A, 22N, 22R bus services.

To City From City
No change Buses will travel to New North Road as normal
Left Sainsbury Road
Right Morningside Drive
Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
24 Morningside Drive (7292) Opposite 63 Morningside Drive (8866) 22A, 22R, 22N

Mt Eden Road - Monday 19 April to Tuesday 31 August 2021

Dates: Monday 19 April to Tuesday 31 August 2021
Time: 24/7
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Some delays can be expected.

No detours required.

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services affected
Opposite Kingsway Intersection (8529) Temporary stop after Kimiora Street intersection 27T, 27H, 27W
924 Mt Eden Road (8530) Temporary stop at 920 Mt Eden Road

Mt Eden Road - Monday 24 May to Monday 31 May 2021

Dates: Monday 24 May to Monday 31 May 2021
Time: 9pm to 5am
Description: A road closure is required for road works. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 25B, 25L bus services.

To City From City
Buses will travel to Esplanade Road as normal Buses will travel to Mt Eden Road as normal
Right Mt Eden Road Left Boston Road
Left Normanby Road Right Normanby Road
Straight Nugent Street Right Mt Eden Road
Left Khyber Pass Road Left Esplanade Road
Right Symonds Street Then as normal
Then as normal

Detour required for route 27H, 27T, 27W bus services.

To City From City
Buses will travel to Mt Eden Road as normal Buses will travel to Mt Eden Road as normal
Right Normanby Road Left Boston Road
Straight Nugent Street Right Normanby Road
Left Khyber Pass Road Right Mt Eden Road
Right Symonds Street Then as normal
Then as normal

Detour required for route 64 bus services.

To City From City
Buses will travel to Mt Eden Road as normal Buses will travel to Khyber Pass Road as normal
Right Normanby Road Left Symonds Street
Straight Nugent Street Left Mt Eden Road
Left Khyber Pass Road Left Boston Road
Then as normal Right Normanby Road
Left Mt Eden Road
Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
40 Mt Eden Road (8502) 4 Mt Eden Road (8500) 25B, 25L, 27H, 27T, 27W, 64
104 Mt Eden Road (8504) Opposite 233 Mt Eden Road (1870) 27H, 27T, 27W, 64
145 Mt Eden Road (8505) 227 Mt Eden Road (8507)
103 Mt Eden Road (8503) Closed 25B, 25L, 27H, 27T, 27W, 64
Mt Eden Road near Nikau Street (8501) 157 Symonds Street (7151) 25B, 25L, 27H, 27T, 27W

Plunket Avenue - Tuesday 4 May to Tuesday 25 May 2021

Date: Tuesday 4 May to Tuesday 25 May 2021
Time: 24/7
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 313 bus services.

To Mangere To Manukau Bus Station
Buses will travel to Plunket Avenue as normal No change
Left to Stafford Avenue
Right Ranfurly Road
Left Puhinui Road
Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stop Services affected
23 Plunket Avenue (6547) 49 Plunket Avenue (2231) 313

Rawhiti Road - Thursday 13 May to Thursday 3 June 2021

Dates: Thursday 13 May to Thursday 3 June 2021
Time: 7am to 7pm
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 298 bus services.

To Onehunga To Mt Roskill Shops/Titirangi
Buses will travel to Oranga Avenue as normal No change
Right Namata Road
Right Tawa Road
Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
48 Rawhiti Road (8194) Temporary stop at 74 Tawa Road 298
68 Rawhiti Road (8196)

Stanley Road - Monday 17 May and Tuesday 18 May 2021

Dates: Stanley Road - Monday 17 May and Tuesday 18 May 2021​
Time: 7pm to 5am
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 906 bus services.

To Smales Farm To Constellation Station
Buses will travel to Glenfield Road as normal Buses will travel to Glenfield Road as normal
Right Kaipatiki Road, u turn at roundabout to stay on Kaipatiki Road Left Roberts Road
Right Glenfield Road Right Stanley Road
Right Roberts Road Left Seaview Road
Right Stanley Road Right Tamahere Drive
Left Seaview Road Right Contessa Drive
Right Tamahere Drive Right Stanley Road
Right Contessa Drive Left Glenfield Road
Right Stanley Road Left Kaipatiki Road, u turn at roundabout to stay on Kaipatiki Road
Right Glenfield Road Left Glenfield Road
Then as normal Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
90 Stanley Road (3918) Temporary stop at 101 Stanley Road 906
108 Stanley Road (3916)

Swanson Road - Wednesday 19 May 2021

Dates: Wednesday 19 May 2021
Time: 7pm to 5am
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 143 bus services.

From Henderson Station To Henderson Station
Buses will travel to Great North Road as normal No change
Right Lincoln Road
Left Pomaria Road
Left Rathgar Road
Left Swanson Road
Right Sturges Road
Then as normal

Detour required for route 120, 141, RBW bus services.

From Henderson Station To Henderson Station
Buses will travel to Great North Road as normal No change
Right Lincoln Road
Left Pomaria Road
Left Rathgar Road
Right Swanson Road
Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
34 Swanson Road (5434) 100 Swanson Road (5422) 120, 141, 143, RBW
66 Swanson Road (5424) 120, 141, RBW

Swanson Road - Thursday 20 May 2021

Dates: Thursday 20 May 2021
Time: 7pm to 5am
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 143 bus services.

From Henderson Station To Henderson Station
No change Buses will travel to Sturges Road as normal
Left Swanson Road
Right Rathgar Road
Right Pomaria Road
Right Lincoln Road
Left Great North Road 
Then as normal

Detour required for route 120, 142, RBW bus services.

From Henderson Station To Henderson Station
No change Buses will travel to Swanson Road as normal
Left Rathgar Road
Right Pomaria Road
Right Lincoln Road
Left Great North Road
Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
57 Swanson Road (5881) 85 Swanson Road (5415) 12, 142, RBW
11 Swanson Road (5973) 120, 142

Wellesley Street - Thursday 13 May to Tuesday 18 May 2021

Date: Thursday 13 May to Tuesday 18 May 2021
Time: 8pm to 5am
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for route OuterLink services.

Clockwise Anti Clockwise
No change Buses will travel to Wellesley Street East as normal
Left Queen Street
Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stop Services affected
Wellesley Street East outside ASB Bank (7006) Queen Street outside St James (7056) OuterLink

West Coast Road - Thursday 13 May to Tuesday 13 July 2021

Dates: Thursday 13 May to Tuesday 13 July 2021
Time: 24/7
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Delays can be expected.

No detour required.

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected
Opposite 190 West Coast Road (5429) 3 Glendale Road (5287) 172, 172X (first and last trip)
Temporary bus stop outside 103 West Coast Road 152, 154, RBW, SCH 053, SCH 056
192 West Coast Road (5458) 26 Glendale Road (5288) 154, SCH 053, SCH 056
Temporary bus stop outside 282A West Coast Road 152, RBW

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