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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

Centreway Road, Orewa - Sunday 1 August to Wednesday 4 August 2021

Dates: Sunday 1 August to Wednesday 4 August 2021
Time: Between 7pm and 5am
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 981 bus service.

To HBC Station To Waiwera
Centreway Rd as normal No Change
Left to Riverside Rd
Right to Hibiscus Coast Hwy
Continue as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected

4796 at 4 Centreway Rd

4807 at 214 Hibiscus Coast Highway

981

4809 at 3 Centreway Rd

265 Hibiscus Coast Highway

4798 Opp 41 Centreway Rd

4802 at 162 Centreway Rd

4811 at 41 Centreway Rd

4813 at 75 Centreway Rd

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

Great South Road, Takanini - Monday 2 August to Thursday 12 August 2021

Dates: Monday 2 August to Thursday 12 August 2021
Time: Between 10pm and 6am
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 33 bus service.

To Otahuhu To Papakura
No Change Great South Rd as normal
Left to Spartan Rd
Right to Takanini School Rd
Right to Taka St
Left to Great South Rd
Continue as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected

Great South Rd Near Spartan Rd Takanini (2536)

324 Great South Rd Manurewa (6046)

33

124 Great South Rd Takanini (2534)

166 Great South Rd Takanini (2532)

Hendon Avenue, Mt Albert - Thursday 19 March to Monday 9 August 2021

Dates: Thursday 19 March to Monday 9 August 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)

Leonard Isitt Drive, Auckland Airport -  Friday 30 July to Monday 2 August 2021

Dates: Friday 30 July to Monday 2 August 2021.
Time: From 9pm Friday until 5am Monday at all times.
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for routes 38 and SKY bus service.

To Onehunga To Auckland Airport
Tom Pearce Dr as normal George Bolt Memorial Dr as normal
Left to Jimmy Ward Cres Left to Nixon Rd
Continue via Nixon Rd Continue via Jimmy Ward Cres
Left to George Bolt Memorial Dr Right to Tom Pearce Dr
U-turn on George Bolt Memorial Dr Left to Geoffrey Roberts Dr
Continue as Normal Continue as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected

4 Leonard Isitt Dr (2002)

Service the Temp Bus stop on Geoffrey Roberts Rd near Tom Pearce Dr

38

Opp 4 Leonard Isitt Dr (2401)

Cnr Tom Pearce and Leonard Isitt Dr (2007)

38

Millhouse Drive, Botany - Monday 5 July to Sunday 1 August 2021

Dates: Monday 5 July to Sunday 1 August 2021
Time: 8pm to 5am
Description: A road closure is required for road works. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 70, 72M, and 735 bus services.

To Botany From Botany
Millhouse Dr as normal No change
Left to Kilimanjaro Dr
Right to Tarnica Rd
Left to Botany Rd
Continue as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected

176 Millhouse Dr (6212)

Temp Bus stop Opp 111 Millhouse Dr

70H (Saturday only)

72M and 735  (Mon to Sun)

134 Millhouse Dr (1936)

Botany Rd opp Golfland Dr (6031)

Opp 321 Botany Rd (6230)

Opp 291 Botany Rd (1998)

Medallion Drive, Oteha Valley - Tuesday 27 July to Tuesday 21 September 2021

Dates:Tuesday 27 July to Tuesday 21 September 2021
Time: 24/7
Description: A road closure is required for road works. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 856  bus service.

To Albany Station To Takapuna
Oteha Valley Rd as normal No change
Left to Cornerstone Dr
Left to Albany Busway Station
Loop around and arrive at stop C

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected

Opp 127 Oteha Valley Rd (3186)

Temporary stop – 50m north of Canyon Dr

856


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

Ngapipi Road, Orakei - Wednesday 28 July 2021

Dates: Wednesday 28 July 2021
Time: 9pm to 5am 
Description: A road closure is required for guard barrier maintenance. Some delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 781 bus services.

To Auckland Museum To Mission Bay
No change Orakei Rd as normal
Right to Kepa Rd
Continue as normal


Detour required for RBE bus services. (If running)

To Britomart To Manukau
Orakei Rd as normal No Change
Right to Kepa Rd
Left to Coates Ave
Left to Ngaiwi St
Continue to Ngapipi Rd
Continue as normal


Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected

31 Ngaiwi St (7895)

MISSED

781

82 Coates Ave (7893)

112 Coates Ave (7891)

128 Coates Ave (7889)

180 Kepa Rd (7859)

158 Coates Ave (7887

Oakdale Road - Saturday 31 July and Sunday 1 August 2021

Dates: Saturday 31 July and Sunday 1 August 2021
Time: Between 8am to 7pm
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 27W bus service.

To City Centre To Waikowhai
No Change Oakdale Rd as normal
Right to Arundel St
Left to Staveley ave
Right to Richardson Rd
Then as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected

34 Oakdale Rd (1850)

Temp bus stop on outside 2 Arundel St

27W

72 Oakdale Rd (1852)

Ronwood Avenue, Manukau  - Wednesday 28 July 2021

Dates:  Wednesday 28 July 2021
Time: Between 7pm and 5am
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 32, 352, 353, and 361 bus services.

From Manukau To Manukau
No Change Great South Rd as normal
Right to Canvendish Dr
Left to Lambie Dr
Left to Ronwood Ave
Right to Davies Ave
Continue as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected

18 Ronwood Ave (2188)

Stop B Davies Ave (2127

33, 361

N/A - Nearest stop is 1814 which is end of trip

353

N/A - Nearest stop is 1815 which is end of trip

352

Ti Rakau Drive  - Sunday 25 July to Thursday 29 July 2021

Dates:  Sunday 25 July to Thursday 29 July 2021
Time: Between 9pm and 5am
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 70 bus service.

To City Centre To Waikowhai
No Change Pakuranga Rd as normal
Right to William Roberts Rd
Right to Reeves Rd
Left to Ti Rakau Dr
Continue as normal

Detour required for route 711 bus service.

To Panmure To Howick
No Change Pakuranga Rd as normal
Right to William Roberts Rd
Right to Reeves Rd
Continue as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected

Opp 15 Ti Rakau Dr (6132)

Ti Rakau Dr opp Mattson Rd (6134)

70

6 Reeves Rd (1972)

711

Universal Drive, Henderson - Saturday 31 July 2021

Dates: Saturday 31 July 2021
Time: 7am to 7pm
Description: A road closure is required for power connection installation. Delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 146 bus services.

To Henderson To Swanson
Swanson Rd as normal No Change
Stay on Swanson Rd
Left to Larnoch Rd
Left to Rathgar Rd
Right to Universal Dr
Continue as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected

124 Universal Dr (5786)

Universal Dr Opp Pak'n'Save (1612)

146

12 Universal Dr (5780)

297 Swanson Rd (1575)

40 Universal Dr (5782)

78 Universal Dr (5784)


White Swan Road - Monday 12 July to Saturday 30 October

Dates: Monday 12 July to Saturday 30 October
Time: 24/7
Description: A road closure is required for roadworks. Delays can be expected.

Detour required for route 25B and 253 bus services.

To City Centre To Blockhouse Bay
Donovan St as normal No changes
Continue along Hillsborough Rd
Left to Dominion Rd Ext
Left to Richardson Rd
Right to May Rd
Continue as normal

Detour required for route 68 and 006 school bus service.

To Onehunga To New Lynn
Donovan St as normal No changes
Left to Bounday Rd
Continue via New Windsor Rd
Right to Maioro St
Right to Richardson Rd
Continue as normal

Bus stops closed.

Stop Closed Alternative stops Services Affected

8911 - 137 White Swan Rd

8909- 185 White Swan Rd

 

Opp 149 Donovan Rd (8906)

25B,253

 

68, SCH006

8913- 107 White Swan Rd

8909- 185 White Swan Rd

 

Opp 149 Donovan Rd (8906)

25B,253

 

68, SCH006

8915- 93 White Swan Rd

8909- 185 White Swan Rd

 

Opp 149 Donovan Rd (8906)

25B,253

 

68, SCH006

8917-59 White Swan Rd

8597 – 123 May Rd

 

TEMP BUS STOP outside 448 Richardson Rd

25B,253,

 

68, SCH006

8919- Opp 32 White Swan Rd

8597 – 123 May Rd

 

TEMP BUS STOP outside 448 Richardson Rd

25B,253

 

68, SCH006

8921-3 White Swan Rd

8597 – 123 May Rd

 

TEMP BUS STOP outside 448 Richardson Rd

25B,253 only

 

68, SCH 006

185 White Swan Rd (8909)

8906 -Opp 149 Donovan Rd

68 only, SCH006


















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