Variation to the Auckland Regional Public Transport Plan: Statement of Proposal: May 2015

Auckland Transport

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Transcriber's Note

Images have been omitted in this e-text edition. A full description has been given for Figure 6.1: Fare Zone Boundaries, courtesy of Auckland Transport. It can be found at the end of this document in two sections, titled "AIFS Simplified Fare Zones" and "Zone Overlaps". Brief descriptions have been given for the remaining figures.

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Contents

1. Introduction: Page 3

2. Simplified zone fares: Page 4

2.1. Summary of proposal: Page 4

2.2. Background: Page 4

2.3. Proposed RPTP amendments: Page 5

3. Light rail: Page 6

3.1. Summary of proposal: Page 6

3.2. Background: Page 6

3.3. Proposed RPTP amendments: light rail: Page 9

4. Ferry development plan: Page 10

4.1. Summary of proposal: Page 10

4.2. Background: Page 10

4.3. Proposed RPTP amendments: ferries: Page 10

5. New Network service descriptions: Page 12

5.1. Summary of proposal: Page 12

5.2. Background: Page 12

5.3. Proposed RPTP amendments: Page 12

6. Other RPTP amendments proposed: Page 13

Attachment A: Proposed replacement RPTP Section 6.5 (fares and ticketing): Page 14

Attachment B: Proposed amendments to enable light rail: Page 19

Attachment C: Proposed future service network: Page 23

Attachment D: Replacement network maps (RPTP Chapter 5): Page 57

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1. Introduction

Auckland Transport (AT) proposes a variation to the Auckland Regional Public Transport Plan (RPTP). The RPTP is a statutory document that describes the services that are integral to the Auckland's public transport network, and the policies and procedures that apply to those services. The proposed variation is intended to amend the RPTP to provide for the following public transport initiatives:

The scope of the proposed RPTP variation is limited to the matters listed above, together with some amendments that are needed to address material in the existing RPTP that is now out of date. Further amendments are likely as part of a more comprehensive review of the RPTP planned for next year.

This document sets out the proposed amendments to the RPTP for each of the four matters outlined above. It also identifies the amendments to the RPTP that are proposed to update and correct information in the existing RPTP that is now out of date.

The proposed RPTP variation will be released for public consultation on 11 May 2015. Submissions are invited until the closing date of 5 June 2015. Following analysis of feedback from the consultation process, AT intends to finalise the RPTP variation in July 2015.

Written submissions on the RPTP variation can be made online at https://at.govt.nz/rptp; by email to rptp@aucklandtransport.govt.nz; or by post to:

Freepost Authority No. 233462
RPTP Variation
Auckland Transport
Private Bag 92250
Victoria Street West
Auckland 1142

For further information on the RPTP variation and the submission process, please visit our website (https://at.govt.nz/rptp) or contact the AT RPTP variation team at:

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2. Simplified zone fares

2.1. Summary of proposal

To support the new, connected public transport network being rolled out across Auckland, AT is proposing the introduction of simplified zone fares across the Auckland public transport network. This will involve the introduction of a new zone-based fare system, which will allow customers using AT HOP cards to pay one fare for their entire journey on bus or rail, regardless of whether or not they need to transfer between services to complete the journey.

Amendments to the RPTP are proposed to formalise the policy framework for the new fares system. This will mainly involve amendments to the fares and ticketing policies and actions in Section 6.5 of the existing RPTP.

2.2. Background

The move to simplified zone fare system was foreshadowed in the fares and ticketing policies in section 6.5 of the existing RPTP. This required AT to investigate a zone-based fare system, and to determine the appropriate way to implement it. That policy was developed in response to feedback on the Draft RPTP in 2012, which supported a zone-based structure, but raised concerns about the equity of the neighbourhood zones that were proposed at the time.

Since that time, AT has evaluated a range of different fare options, and settled on a new, simpler zone-based fare system. Further detail on the options considered, and the rationale behind the proposed zonal system is available on the AT website. Having completed these investigations, AT now proposes to update the RPTP to reflect its preferred approach.

A map of the proposed fare zones is included in Attachment A. The zone boundaries outside the city zone have been drawn at approximately 10 km intervals from the city centre, taking account of major travel destinations. The new system will calculate fares according to the number of zones travelled through.

A key feature of the new fare system is the introduction of journey-based fares. This means that instead of being charged a separate fare for each ride, the fare will be calculated for the total journey from A to B, regardless of whether the passenger needs to transfer between different bus or metro rail services, or, potentially, light rail (see next section).

The new journey-based fares will initially only apply for customers using AT HOP cards on buses and trains. Separate "point-to-point" fares will remain for ferries. AT will continue to work with ferry operators with a view to extending the new system to ferry travel as soon as possible.

Along with the new fare zones, AT is proposing a much simpler set of fare products. Cash tickets will still be available for single trips, but they will not allow for journey-based fares. AT HOP card users will have the choice of using the stored value on their card to pay for each journey, or a simple monthly pass that will allow unlimited bus and train travel across all zones. A day pass is also proposed, allowing unlimited all-zone travel on buses and trains,

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plus inner-harbour ferries. In the longer term, AT intends to introduce daily and weekly fare caps for AT HOP customers, which would replace the daily and monthly passes.

2.3. Proposed RPTP amendments

AT proposes to update Section 6.5 of the RPTP to formalise the policy framework for its simplified zone fares proposals, as outlined above. The proposed revision of Section 6.5 is attached as Attachment A. This includes:

A separate consultation process on the detailed implementation of simplified zone fares is being undertaken concurrently with the RPTP variation process. Further details are available at the project website: https://at.govt.nz/simplifiedzonefares

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3. Light rail

3.1. Summary of proposal

Investigations into alternative public transport options for those parts of the Auckland isthmus that cannot be served by the metro rail network have concluded that light rail is the best option to provide for increased capacity, reliability and speed. As a result, AT has undertaken further detailed investigations on the possible introduction of light rail on some critical routes, which identified provisional preferred routes and priorities. Further technical investigations and analyses of delivery options and timing are being carried out.

Subject to the outcome of these investigations, and approval to proceed including funding, AT proposes a staged implementation of light rail. The initial stages, which may be implemented during the 10 year planning period of the RPTP would likely include Queen Street and Dominion Road—potentially including a link to Wynyard Quarter. A route extension to the Airport is also possible, subject to investigation of light rail and metro rail options. Other corridors (Sandringham Road, Manukau Road and Mt Eden Road) could be implemented at a later stage, subject to feasibility and funding. If implemented, light rail would replace the existing bus services on these routes.

Should a decision be made to proceed with the light rail proposal, changes to the RPTP will be needed, including changes to the network, unit and service descriptions to provide for the new light rail services, and to amend some existing bus units. Amendments to policies on network structure, infrastructure, procurement, and vehicle standards will also be required, as well as changes to the implementation plan.

Whilst light rail is still being assessed and no final decisions have been taken, AT believes that it is good practice to signal the possibility and allow engagement on it, before it commits to the proposal.

3.2. Background

The 2012 City Centre Future Access Study (CCFAS) concluded that a combination of the City Rail Link (CRL) and surface bus improvements would be needed to provide for future access to the city centre. The CCFAS also highlighted the potential for future capacity issues in the city centre, particularly from the central and southern parts of the isthmus not served by the metro rail network.

While the metro rail network with the CRL in place provides substantial improvements in accessibility to the city centre from rail-served areas, it still does not address the issue of over-capacity bus corridors in and approaching the city centre for highly-patronised central isthmus services. There are already very high numbers of buses on these corridors during peak periods, with only limited opportunities to increase capacity in the short-term, for example by using double-decker buses.

Future demand growth from these areas will result in bus routes on major arterials such as Symonds Street and Dominion Road being significantly over-capacity in the future. The concentration of buses in the city centre is also expected to result in area-specific impacts on urban amenity in sensitive city centre locations.

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To address these issues, AT has undertaken further studies of alternative public transport options for those parts of the Auckland isthmus that cannot be served by the metro rail network. This work has concluded that light rail is the best option to provide for increased capacity in a way that supports the city's development, protects city centre amenity, and enables the reallocation of buses to improve bus service in growth areas not served by light rail.

Light rail is a type of passenger transit system based around modern train-style vehicles that run on rail tracks generally within the roadway. It is a similar concept to the historic tram system of Auckland, but with modern technology and vehicles that are much faster, bigger and more efficient.

Light rail can generally provide faster and more reliable trips with more passenger capacity than buses in the same corridor, especially where dedicated light rail lanes are provided. However, as the infrastructure for light rail can be built within the street corridor it is usually much cheaper to develop than regular metro rail, which requires a totally separate railway line.

Because they run on fixed tracks and have relatively compact platform style stops, light rail vehicles can move large numbers of people in less space than would be required by a busway system of the same capacity. This is an important consideration for Auckland's city centre and dense historic suburbs, where widening roads for more bus or traffic capacity is generally impossible. Light rail vehicles also do not need to be turned around at the terminal stop, which requires much less land in the city centre than an equivalent bus station.

Light rail vehicles can hold three to six times the number of passengers in one vehicle run by one driver. This makes them more efficient with more cost effective operation on very busy routes, and increases the ability to provide priority at intersections without excessive delays to other traffic. However building the vehicles and tracks does require a significant investment, so light rail is usually not a cost effective solution on less busy corridors.

AT is investigating the introduction of light rail in the following major public transport corridors:

These corridors not only target the busiest suburban bus lines directly, they also provide improved connectivity in and around the city centre, including key areas such as the Queen Street valley, the waterfront, the universities and the hospital. These lines would be closely integrated with the rest of the bus, train and ferry system as a single connected network.

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Figure 1 shows how the rapid transit network could look in the future if light rail were developed on all of the corridors under investigation.

Subject to the outcome of the investigations, approval to proceed and funding, AT proposes a staged implementation of light rail on these corridors. The initial stages, which are being considered for construction during the 10 year planning period of the RPTP, would be likely to include Queen Street and Dominion Road (and, potentially, a link to Wynyard Quarter). The other routes could be implemented at a later stage, subject to funding and approvals.

Diagram:

Figure 1: Potential long term light rail corridors and rapid transit network

tn: The route maps shows: Southern & Eastern Train Line (Pukekohe—Panmure [via Britomart]); Western & Onehunga Train Line (Swanson—Onehunga [via Britomart]); Crosstown Train Line (Henderson—Otahuhu [via Grafton]); Northern Busway (Silverdale—Britomart); Northwestern BRT (Westgate—Britomart); Eastern Busway (Pakuranga—Panmure); Light Rail Transit (Potential alignment); Potential Airport LRT [multiple routes shown].

Also labelled on the route map are the following features: Metropolitan Centre; Major Interchange; Interchange Station; Train or Bus Station; Rail or Bus Station; Rail or Busway RTN; BRT lanes/priority; Non-RTN connections. End tn.

End Diagram.

If implemented, light rail would replace the existing bus services in these corridors. This would enable the reallocation of substantial numbers of buses to improve bus service in areas not served by light rail, including Special Housing Areas and other rapidly expanding

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growth areas. The introduction of light rail would also necessitate changes to the bus network to ensure that adequate feeder services to light rail are maintained.

Further details on the light rail proposal can be found at:

https://at.govt.nz/projects-roadworks/light-rail-network/

3.3. Proposed RPTP amendments: light rail

A decision to proceed with particular light rail lines and confirmation of the timing would necessitate amendments to the following parts of the RPTP. These are set out in detail in Attachment B.

The changes to public transport units and other RPTP amendments would go ahead once the necessary details have been confirmed.

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4. Ferry development plan

4.1. Summary of proposal

Amendments to the RPTP are proposed to give effect to the Ferry Development Plan prepared in 2014. The Ferry Development Plan identifies actions needed to better integrate ferry services into the wider public transport network, and outlines proposed improvements to ferry infrastructure and service levels.

4.2. Background

The 2013 RPTP identified the need for a review of the role that ferries should play in the Auckland public transport network, and the preparation of a Ferry Plan to set out the actions needed to better integrate ferries into the network. The RPTP also called for these actions to be incorporated into the RPTP by variation.

Following a collaborative process with ferry operators and other stakeholders, this work has now been completed, and the resulting Ferry Development Plan was approved by the AT Board in December 2014.

The Ferry Development Plan focuses on improving existing services and infrastructure and on greater integration of the current ferry network with local bus routes and supporting feeder services. It calls for service level improvements on existing ferry services to reach the minimum levels specified in the RPTP, with further increases to be implemented in response to demand. It also identifies a number of ferry infrastructure improvements and renewals that are needed to address capacity and customer amenity and safety issues at key ferry wharves.

The Plan also evaluated proposals for extensions to the existing ferry network, including new services to Browns Bay, Takapuna and Te Atatu. It concluded that due to the high infrastructure costs involved with new services, the priority for additional resources should be on improving the frequency and capacity of existing ferry routes, rather than network expansion.

4.3. Proposed RPTP amendments: ferries

In line with the existing RPTP policy, it is proposed to incorporate the actions identified in the Ferry Development Plan into the RPTP. This includes the following changes:

Chapter 5 Key directions: replace the penultimate paragraph on page 42 with the following:

Given the Auckland maritime environment, the potential for ferries to play a greater role in the public transport system is recognised. This needs to acknowledge the specific characteristics of Auckland's ferry market: a strong tourism component, and the fact that some ferry services, as noted above, are deemed to be exempt services under the LTMA). The Ferry Development Plan focuses on improving existing services and infrastructure and on greater integration of the current ferry network with local bus routes and supporting feeder services.

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2.4 Integrate ferry services into the public transport networks

a) Ensure bus and ferry route and timetable planning will facilitate reliable integration

b) Where demand justifies, implement specific ferry feeder bus routes

c) Provide infrastructure and information to ensure bus—ferry connections are easy to plan and access

d) Take steps to better integrate ticketing and fares with the bus and train services (see Policy 5.3)

    • Add a new action to Policy 2.5: Assess proposals for new ferry terminal sites and services using the assessment criteria set out in the Ferry Development Plan to determine their likely viability and suitability

  1. Section 6.7: Transport disadvantaged: Add the following text and policy/actions relating to ferry services to the Hauraki Gulf Islands:

With the exception of the Rakino Island service, the main ferry links with the Hauraki Gulf Islands, for passengers, freight and vehicles are deemed exempt services. They play an important role in Auckland's tourist industry and the connections they provide are essential to the islands they serve. Auckland Transport supports these services by providing and managing the terminals used by these services on Great Barrier, Waiheke, Rakino and Kawau Islands, and at Sandspit and Half Moon Bay.

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7.7 Support the efficient provision of ferry services and infrastructure to serve the Hauraki Gulf Islands

a) Encourage and prioritise commercially provided ferry services

b) By agreement with operators, provide access to the existing publicly-owned ferry terminals for Hauraki Gulf Island services

c) In the event that an exempt service is withdrawn, review the need for the service and where necessary take measures to ensure that cost-effective services are provided

d) Assess the need for service support based on the potential impact on the island population, value for money and availability of funding

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5. New Network service descriptions

5.1. Summary of proposal

To enable implementation of the New Network in areas where community consultation has been completed, changes to the unit descriptions in the RPTP are proposed.

5.2. Background

The 2013 RPTP set out the policy framework for significant changes to the Auckland public transport network, with the staged introduction of a new integrated network structure which will provide a city-wide connected network of frequent and reliable services. The RPTP provided for the detailed implementation of the new network following an assessment of the specific route structures in each area, with input from local communities.

This community consultation process has now been completed in South Auckland (2013), Green Bay—Titirangi (2013), Hibiscus Coast (2014), Pukekohe and Waiuku (2014) and West Auckland (2014). The Green Bay—Titirangi New Network was implemented in August 2014, and further rollouts of the New Network are planned for Hibiscus Coast before the end of 2015, South Auckland by mid-2016, and the rest of the region in stages by the end of 2017.

5.3. Proposed RPTP amendments

To enable implementation of the New Network in areas where community consultation has been completed, changes to the unit descriptions in Appendix 1 of the RPTP are required. These are listed in Attachment C. Consequential amendments to the implementation plan, indicative start dates and route maps will also be needed. Proposed replacement maps are shown at Attachment D.

Because these changes have already been subject to extensive public consultation, it is not proposed that this part of the RPTP variation will be open to further public input.

Attachment C also includes some proposed amendments to future bus units in other areas, which will be subject to detailed community consultation during 2015-2016.

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6. Other RPTP amendments proposed

As part of the RPTP variation process, AT also proposes to update the RPTP by making amendments that are necessary to bring the document up to date, and to correct any errors or omissions that have been identified. These changes, which are generally minor in nature, are listed below.

Table:

RPTP Section

Proposed amendment

Executive summary

Consequential amendments to reflect changes elsewhere in the RPTP

1.2

Amend to include reasons for this variation

1.4

Amend to include consultation process for this variation

2.1

Correct references to Appendix 3 (which contains less detail than indicated)

2.1

Add RLTP to Table 2-1 Strategic Influences; and delete Regional Land Transport Strategy

2.3

Revise to take account of approved RLTP

3.2

Update Table 3-1 to include public transport developments since 2013

3.2

Update patronage data in text and Figure 3-1

4

Update Table 4-1 current performance column with most recent data, and correct errors

5

Update Table 5-1 and related text references to show Current 2015, Transitional 2018 and Mature 2025

5

Amend Figures 5-2 to 5-6 to show proposed 2018 and 2025 networks; and add a new map showing the current (2015) network to allow comparisons. Examples of these maps are shown at Attachment D

5

Amend Figure 5-7 to show updated route proposals

6.2

Add text deleted in error from actions in Policy 2.7

8.1

Amend text and Tables 8-1 and 8-2 to update implementation programme and timeframes, and include references to light rail and ferry developments

Appendix 2

Amend schedule to show currently operated services (2015)

Appendix 4

Add reference to RLTP and delete Regional Land Transport Strategy

All

Other consequential amendments, errata, out of date information, and cross-references

End Table.

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Attachment A: Proposed replacement RPTP Section 6.5 (fares and ticketing)

6.5 Fares and ticketing: Objective 5: A fares and ticketing system that attracts and retains customers while balancing user contributions against public funding

Following a detailed investigation of alternative fare structures, Auckland Transport proposes to introduce a simpler, zone-based integrated fare structure. This builds on the improvements that have already been implemented to the fares and ticketing system from late 2012 as part of the Auckland Integrated Fare System (AIFS) project.

AIFS has addressed a number of shortcomings that previously existed in Auckland's fare and ticketing system by:

  • Significantly reducing the number of fare products

  • Providing a single ticket that can be used across different operators

  • Reducing the financial penalty incurred for transfers (by providing a 50 cent discount on onward trips)

Auckland Transport's approach to fares and ticketing is based on the following principles:

  • Simplicity: a system that is easy for existing and potential users to understand and use

  • Integration: a system that enables easy travel across the network, is responsive to the journeys that people need to make, and reinforces other improvements in the public transport system

  • Affordability: a system that represents value for money for users, and encourages more trips by public transport

  • Efficiency: a system that minimises administrative and compliance costs, and ensures that funders receive value for money

Following a detailed investigation of alternative fare structures, Auckland Transport proposes to introduce a simpler, zone-based integrated fare structure. This will enable the fares system to fully support the new network structure outlined in this Plan, by providing simpler journey-based fares for travel on different bus and train services, with no penalties for transfers between services.

The proposed zone boundaries are illustrated in Figure 6.1. For HOP card users, fares will be based on the number of zones travelled in as part of a journey. A journey may involve travel on up to three different services, provided the transfer between services is made within the prescribed transfer time limit.

The zonal fare structure will apply across all bus, train and future light rail services. For ferries, the existing point-to-point fares will be retained, subject to further investigation of how they should be incorporated into the integrated zonal structure in future. The different approach to ferry fares reflects the fact that some ferry services are deemed exempt services, and not subject to the policies in this Plan. It also reflects the higher operating costs and premium quality of ferry travel.

A monthly pass product will be available, which will enable regular users to make unlimited bus and train (and in future, light rail) travel during a 1-month period for a fixed price. Subject to the

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successful resolution of a revenue settlement and apportionment mechanism with operators, it is intended to replace the monthly pass with a weekly cap, which will limit the amount that customers will be charged for travel in any calendar week (Monday to Sunday). The cap will be applied automatically, and will not require any specific action by the customer.

Fare levels will be set by Auckland Transport, and will be subject to regular review and adjustment, at least annually, to ensure that user charges keep pace with changes in operating costs, and that the farebox recovery targets in Section 6.9 are achieved. Auckland Transport will continue to review these targets to ensure that they achieve an optimum revenue balance between fares and patronage. As discussed in Section 6.9, it is intended to achieve improvements in farebox recovery through increasing patronage and carefully managing operating costs, with fare increases accorded a lower priority.

Fare levels will be set to incentivise use of the HOP card in preference to cash fares. HOP card stored value fares will be set at a discount of at least 33% from the equivalent cash fare. The ability for HOP card users to transfer between services without financial penalty will further incentivise HOP card uptake.

Increased use of HOP cards will reward customer loyalty and improve boarding speeds, with associated improvements in reliability and operating costs. It will also reduce cash handling costs and security risks.

The existing fares system in Auckland provides fare concessions for specific target groups. These will be retained during the transition to integrated fares.

A review of concession levels and eligibility is proposed, including a possible change to SuperGold card use during the evening peak period (this is not available outside of Auckland) and tertiary discounts (these are often unavailable outside Auckland).

Auckland Transport will continue to explore the use of specific products to reward customer loyalty and encourage off-peak use, especially where this will help to stimulate additional patronage without increasing operating costs.

Table:

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Policy: 5.1 Implement a fares and ticketing system that supports public transport service integration

Actions:

a. Implement an integrated branded fare and ticketing scheme (AT HOP) across all public transport operators, contracted services, and deemed exempt services to allow the use of a single smartcard (or near-field contactless information exchange technology) across train, bus, ferry and light rail services

b. Require partner payment schemes to share a single public transport payment device to segregate a public transport stored value purse or storage capacity

Policy: 5.2 Provide integrated fares and ticketing across all bus, rail, and ferry services

Actions:

a. Implement a central fare revenue allocation system that meets the National Integrated Ticketing Standards (NITIS) and the AIFS interoperability specification

b. Require service operators to procure and implement electronic integrated ticketing equipment, and to provide an electronic fare collection system that interfaces with the Auckland Transport central fare allocation system, and meets AIFS and NITIS specifications

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c. Require all fare revenues collected by an operator's integrated ticketing equipment to be transferred, processed, and apportioned to eligible service providers by the Auckland Transport central fare allocation system

d. Ensure that all fare revenues collected by Auckland Transport, operators, and third parties are auditable and available for apportionment

e. Require that all public transport stored value be held by Auckland Transport in a dedicated public transport storage capacity

Policy: 5.3 Introduce a zone-based fare structure, with standard fares across bus and train operators

Actions:

a. Introduce a geographic zone-based fare structure, based on the zones in Figure 6.1, with standard fares across bus and train operators based on the number of zones travelled through on a journey

b. Remove fare penalties for transfers between services for customers using HOP cards

c. Review ferry fares to determine how they can be integrated into the zonal fare structure

d. Undertake a review of the fare structure at least once every six years

Policy: 5.4 Simplify the range of fare products available

Actions:

a. Remove 10-trip tickets and most operator-specific ticket products, and replace with HOP card stored value (with at least a 33 per cent discount over cash fares) for single trips with a HOP card monthly pass or weekly maximum fare cap

b. Transition the range of fare products to HOP card stored value time-based options (2 hours, daily, monthly) unlimited travel on a HOP card, and single-trip cash fares.

c. Subject to satisfactory resolution of revenue settlement and apportionment issues, introduce a weekly fare cap to reward customer loyalty and frequent users

d. Introduce 24/72 hour pass options to encourage off-peak travel by residents and visitors

e. Provide fare incentives for weekend family travel

Policy: 5.5 Maintain fares at a level that will achieve farebox recovery targets

Actions:

a. Set a standard fare schedule for all contracted and deemed exempt services participating in the Concessionary Fares Scheme prior to full PTOM implementation

b. Conduct regular annual reviews of operating costs and NZTA indexation levels to determine the extent of any fare adjustments required to maintain farebox recovery targets in Policy 9.2

c. Implement an annual standard fare adjustment on 1 January

d. Implement actions to reduce operating costs and/or increase patronage

Policy: 5.6 Provide incentives to use integrated tickets

Actions:

a. Set prices for HOP card stored value and monthly passes at a level that encourages their use in preference to cash

b. Adjust the AT HOP card stored value discount for travel through differential adjustments to cash and AT HOP card fares at the annual fare reviews, as appropriate

c. Improve the range of options for customers to purchase and top-up AT HOP cards to improve uptake

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Policy: 5.7 Provide concession fares for target groups

Actions:

a. Retain existing fare concessions for target groups, including:

  • Children under 5: free

  • Seniors: free off-peak

  • Discounts for full-time school students, full-time tertiary students, legally blind members of the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind, and Total Mobility cardholders

b. Review concessionary fare levels and affordability annually

c. Review concession levels and eligibility to ensure these are fair, affordable, and consistent with national policy direction, and implement any changes arising from this review. The review will consider a possible change to SuperGold card availability (to remove free travel during the evening peak period); a review of tertiary discounts and eligibility; and consideration of options for concession fares or discount schemes for low income earners

d. Regularly review Total Mobility subsidy rates, in consultation with stakeholders, to determine whether they continue to meet user needs.

e. Consider short-term promotional fare discounts to support new or improved services or new infrastructure

Policy: 5.8 Provide off-peak discounts to spread peak demand and improve operational efficiency

Actions:

a. Actively investigate and implement off-peak fare discount options to spread peak demand and encourage off-peak trip making, whilst maintaining Auckland Transport's overall farebox recovery targets

Policy: 5.9 Ensure that all users pay the correct fare

Actions:

a. Continue to advocate for the introduction of legislative change to enable the Police Commissioner to delegate enforcement powers to Auckland Transport staff to enforce fines for fare evasion

b. Implement a fare inspection, enforcement, and auditing regime through a roving revenue protection team across all modes and operators, to ensure that all passengers pay the correct fare and to minimise the opportunity for fraud

End Table.

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Map:

Figure 6.1: Fare zone boundaries

tn: Refer to the sections "AIFS Simplified Fare Zones" and Zone Overlaps" added to the end of this document. End tn.

End Map.

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Attachment B: Proposed amendments to enable light rail

A decision to proceed with light rail would necessitate the following changes to the RPTP.

Network structure

Chapter 5 of the RPTP (Key directions) provides an outline of the new network structure, including the proposed service categories which form the basis of the network structure and service level policies in Chapter 6.

To facilitate the replacement of bus services with light rail on some major arterial routes, the following amendments to Chapter 5 are proposed:

  • Include reference to light rail in the introductory text to Chapter 5, before Table 5-1:

Auckland Transport is also investigating the introduction of light rail on selected arterial routes to provide additional public transport capacity and improved performance without compromising city centre street capacity and amenity. Subject to the outcome of these investigations, approval to proceed and funding, AT proposes a staged implementation of light rail, with completion of the initial stages (Queen Street and Dominion Road, with a possible link to Wynyard Quarter) within the 10-year planning horizon of this Plan. A possible extension of this route to the airport is also under investigation, along with metro rail options.

  • Add a new row to Table 5-1 Anticipated changes in the public transport network (See Footnote 1):

Table:

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Current (2015)

Transitional (by 2018)

Mature (by 2025)

Light rail

Investigations under way

Light rail investigations complete

Initial stages (Queen Street and Dominion Road) operational

End Table.

  • Replace Figure 5-1: New network service categories with the following diagram, and make consequential amendments to the supporting text.

Diagram:

tn: The diagram has been presented as a table. End tn.

Service Layers

Rapid

Frequent

Connector

Local

Defining features

All-day network

All-day network

All-day network

All-day network

Minimum frequency

15 minutes

15 minutes

30 minutes

60 minutes

Operating hours

7am-7pm, frequency may be less outside these hours

7am-7pm, frequency may be less outside these hours

7am-7pm, frequency may be less outside these hours

7am-7pm, frequency may be less outside these hours

Achieving speed and reliability

Dedicated right of way

Priority measures

Some priority measures

Generally no priority measures

In addition, there will be some targeted services such as peak-only, school, rural and other single-destination services with frequency and service span determined by demand.

End Diagram.

  • Amend network diagrams in Figures 5-2 to 5-6 to include proposed light rail routes

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Policies and actions

The introduction of light rail services will require amendments to a number of the policies and actions listed in Chapter 6 of the RPTP, including network structure, infrastructure, procurement, and vehicle standard policies. The proposed amendments are outlined below.

Table:

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RPTP Policy Section: 6.1 Network structure

Proposed amendments:

  • Include reference to light rail in preamble, and in the description of rapid services in Policy 1.1

RPTP Policy Section: 6.2 Integrated service network

Proposed amendments:

  • Include references to light rail in preamble, including a new paragraph relating to the addition of new services: An example of a new service in this RPTP is the proposal to introduce light rail on selected arterial routes, commencing with Queen Street and Dominion Road

  • Include reference to light rail in the service layer descriptions in Policy 2.1

  • Add a new policy and actions: Policy: Introduce light rail services to increase capacity on selected arterial routes; Actions: a. Subject to funding and planning consents, introduce light rail services to replace buses on selected arterial routes, commencing with Queen Street and Dominion Road (with a possible link to Wynyard Quarter); b. Investigate an extension of the Dominion Road light rail corridor between Mt Roskill interchange and the Airport as a possible alternative to metro rail options also under investigation; c. Make provision for future extensions to the light rail network including the Sandringham Road, Manukau Road and Mt Eden Road corridors

RPTP Policy Section: 6.3 Infrastructure

Proposed amendments:

Include reference to light rail in preamble

Add construction of light rail infrastructure on the Queen Street, and Dominion Road routes to the actions in Policy 3.1 (subject to technical investigations and funding arrangements being satisfactorily completed)

Add reference to light rail in Policy 3.3 actions a, d and g.

Add reference to light rail priority in Policy 3.4

RPTP Policy Section: 6.4 Service quality

Proposed amendments:

Include reference to light rail in preamble

Add reference to light rail priority in Policy 4.2 action c

Add a new action to Policy 4.4 (vehicle standards): Prepare vehicle quality standards for light rail vehicles that adhere to industry best practice, and ensure that all light rail vehicles used on contracted services conform to those standards

RPTP Policy Section: 6.8 Procurement

Proposed amendments:

Include reference to light rail in preamble

Include a new policy and actions relating to procurement of light rail services: Prepare a procurement strategy for light rail infrastructure and services that ensures value for money

Include a new action in Policy 8.6 to provide for the transition from existing bus services to light rail on affected routes and bus units: Work with bus operators to develop a strategy for the transition from bus services to light rail services on affected bus routes and bus units

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RPTP Policy Section: 6.9 Funding and prioritisation

Proposed amendments:

Include reference to light rail funding requirements in preamble

Add a new action to Policy 9.2: Develop farebox recovery targets for light rail

RPTP Policy Section: 6.10 Monitoring and review

Proposed amendments:

Add light rail patronage growth to the list of monitoring in Policy 10.1 b.

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Unit and service descriptions

The RPTP must include a description of the public transport network that AT proposes to be provided in the Auckland region, including an outline of the routes, frequency, and hours of operation of proposed services. The RPTP must also group these services into units, which form the basis of procurement.

The current RPTP includes an overview of public transport units in Chapter 7, with detailed service descriptions in Appendix 1.

To facilitate light rail on Queen Street and Dominion Road routes, the following additional unit is proposed:

  • Light rail Unit—services using Queen Street (include route, frequency, hours of operation, indicative start date (subject to approvals and funding)

In addition to the new light rail unit, changes are proposed to the bus units in the existing RPTP that would be affected by the new light rail service. Amendments to the following bus units are proposed:

  • Bus Unit 1—City Link: this unit would be either amended or discontinued once the Queen Street light rail service is operational

  • Bus Unit 8—Dominion Road: some of the bus services in these units would be discontinued once light rail service is operational. Remaining bus services at the outer ends of the existing routes would be continued as feeders to the light rail service, at higher frequencies than the existing services.

It is also proposed to add an annotation to identify bus units on other corridors which are likely to be affected by planned future extensions to the light rail network, beyond the 10-year planning period covered by this RPTP. This includes Unit 7—Sandringham Road, Unit 9—Mt Eden Road, and Unit 10—Manukau Road.

These proposed changes to service descriptions are included in the proposed replacement to Appendix 1 of the RPTP, which is attached as Attachment C. Further consultation on these routes is planned as part of the central area New Network consultation process later in 2015.

Implementation plan

The introduction of light rail would involve the construction of fixed infrastructure, including tracks, power supply systems, passenger platforms, and vehicle stabling facilities. Provision for priority for light rail vehicles along the routes would also be required, to ensure reliable travel times.

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These infrastructure investments will need to be reflected in Chapter 8 of the RPTP, which sets out the implementation plan and includes public transport infrastructure requirements and an indicative timetable for their development. The amendments will include provision for light rail and related infrastructure on the Queen Street and Dominion Road routes.

Other consequential amendments

The following schedule sets out the additional amendments that will also be required to incorporate the light rail proposals into the RPTP:

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Section

Pages

Changes Required

Foreword

4-5

Include reference to light rail

Executive Summary

6-15

Include reference to light rail on pages 10 and 15

2.3 Public transport funding

26-27

Refer to light rail in funding model on page 27, and "future investment" on page 28

3.3 Issues and challenges

30-33

Include reference to city centre bus congestion and light rail in Table 3-2 on pages 32-33

6.5 Fares and ticketing

64-66

Add "light rail" to 5.1a in the table

Glossary

100-102

Add applicable light rail terms

Acronyms

103

Add applicable light rail acronyms

Appendix 6: Farebox recovery assessment

174-177

Add target farebox recovery for light rail to table on page 176

End Table.

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Attachment C: Proposed future service network

It is proposed to replace Appendix 1 of the RPTP with the following:

Appendix 1: Proposed Future Service Network (frequencies are targets and subject to funding)

Bus Services—scheduled services and school services

Notes:

1. Route numbers for scheduled services will be confirmed post-tendering of services.

2. Late night services are to be confirmed for unit allocation purposes at a later date.

3. All School bus services subject to further review in accordance with the policies in the RPTP.

4. There will be potential further changes within the next ten years due to need to increase frequency due to demand, the Northern Busway extension and new Busway stations, Te Atatu Bus Interchange, North-western Busway, Light Rail, AMETI Busway, CRL and land use development particularly in the Greenfield areas.

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Unit 1—City LINK—Pre Light Rail

The route will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

City Link. Wynyard to Karangahape Rd via Queen St

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5

7.5

10

7.5/10

7.5/10

Unit 2—Inner LINK

The route will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Inner Link. Britomart, Three Lamps, Ponsonby, Grafton, Newmarket, Parnell and to Britomart

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10

10

15

10/15

10/15

Unit 3—Grey Lynn

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Westmere to Britomart via Richmond Rd

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10

20

30

20/30

20/30

Freemans Bay to Britomart via Karangahape Rd

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15

30

30

30

30

011—Newton to Mt Albert Grammar

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

012—Downtown to St Marys College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

015—Britomart to Auckland Girls Grammar

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

062—Ponsonby to Western Springs College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

012—St Marys College to Downtown

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

020—Western Springs College to Herne Bay

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 4—Great North Road

The route will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

New Lynn to Britomart via Great North Rd (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

15

10/15

10/15

Unit 6—New North Road—Pre CRL

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Avondale Peninsula to Wynyard via Rosebank Rd, New North Rd, St Lukes and University

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10

20

30

20/30

20/30

New Lynn to Wynyard via Avondale, New North Rd, St Lukes and University

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10

20

30

20/30

20/30

St Lukes to Wynyard via University

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10

blank

blank

blank

blank

001—Mt Albert Grammar to Midtown

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

014—Mt Albert Grammar to Downtown

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 7—Sandringham Road—Pre Light Rail

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

New Lynn to Wynyard via New Windsor, Owairaka, Sandringham Rd and University (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

20

30

20/30

20/30

Blockhouse Bay to Wynyard via New Windsor, Sandringham Rd and University (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

20

30

20/30

20/30

Stoddard Rd to Wynyard via Sandringham Rd and University

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10

blank

blank

blank

blank

010—Sandringham to Ponsonby Intermediate

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

041—Mt Albert to Mt Albert Grammar

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

202—New Windsor to Auckland Girls Grammar

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

010—Ponsonby Intermediate to Sandringham

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

041—Mt Albert Grammar to Mt Albert

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

202—Auckland Girls Grammar to New Windsor

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 8—Dominion Road—Pre Light Rail

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Blockhouse Bay to Wynyard via White Swan Rd Dominion Rd and University (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

15

20

15/20

15/20

Lynfield to Wynyard via Dominion Rd Extension, Dominion Rd and University (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

15

20

15/20

15/20

Mt Roskill to Wynyard via Dominion Road (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

blank

blank

blank

blank

019—Lynfield to Waikowhai Intermediate

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

248—Blockhouse Bay to Blockhouse Bay Intermediate

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

022—Waikowhai Intermediate to Lynfield

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

267—Mt Roskill Grammar to Lynfield

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 9—Mt Eden Road—Pre Light Rail

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Waikowhai via Hillsborough Rd to Britomart via Mt Eden Rd and Symonds St (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

20

30

20/30

20/30

Waikowhai via Melrose Rd to Britomart via Mt Eden Rd and Symonds St (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

20

30

20/30

20/30

Three Kings to Britomart via Mt Eden Rd and Symonds St (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

blank

blank

blank

blank

031—Mt Roskill to Epsom & Remuera Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

099—Lynfield to Auckland Grammar & St Peters

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

031—Remuera/Epsom Schools to Mt Roskill

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

032—Epsom Girls to Waikowhai

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

099—St Peters & Auckland Grammar to Lynfield

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

099—St Peters & Auckland Grammar to Lynfield

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 10—Manukau Road—Pre Light Rail

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Onehunga to Mt Albert via Manukau Rd, Parnell, University, Jervois Rd and Pt Chevalier (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

10

15

10/15

10/15

Pt. Chevalier Beach to City and University, via Jervois Road

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10

blank

blank

blank

blank

Onehunga to City Centre via Manukau Rd, Parnell and University

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10

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 12—Remuera Road

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Glen Innes to Wynyard via Remuera Rd, Hospital and University

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12

15

15

15

15

Panmure to City Centre via Lunn Ave, Abbots Way, Remuera Rd and Newmarket

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12

blank

blank

blank

blank

Panmure to Newmarket via Lunn Ave, Abbots Way, Remuera Rd

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blank

30

60

60

60

Ascot Hospital to Britomart via Remuera, Portland Rd and Eastern Parnell

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30

60

60

60

60

Newmarket to Museum

blank

blank

20

blank

20

20

009—Remuera to Auckland Grammar

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

010—Remuera to Auckland Grammar

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

017—Kohimarama to Epsom Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

017—Downtown to Sacred Heart College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

019—Ellerslie to Remuera Primary

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

020—Remuera to Sacred Heart College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

022—Panmure to Baradene College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

023—Herne Bay to Epsom Girls Grammar

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

028—Remuera to Epsom Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

029—Parnell to Epsom Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

071—Ellerslie to Glendowie College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

073—Meadowbank to St Thomas Primary

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

074—Remuera to Selwyn College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

009—Epsom Schools to Glen Innes

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

009—Auckland Grammar to Remuera

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

010—Auckland Grammar to Remuera

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

017—Sacred Heart College to Parnell

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

019—Remuera Primary to Ellerslie

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

020—Sacred Heart College to Remuera

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

022—Baradene College to Panmure

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

023—Epsom Girls Grammar to Herne Bay

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

028—Epsom Schools to Remuera

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

029—Epsom Schools to Parnell

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

045—Selwyn College to Remuera

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

055—Selwyn College to Meadowbank

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

071—Glendowie College to Ellerslie

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

072—Glendowie College to Remuera

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

073—St Thomas Primary to Remuera

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 14—Mt Wellington

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Otahuhu to Sylvia Park via Panama Rd

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10

15

30/60

30/60

30/60

Sylvia Park west circuit

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10

15

30

30

30

Sylvia Park to Ellerslie via Barrack Rd, Ferndale Rd, Marua Rd

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20

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Panmure to Wai-o-taiki Bay via Court Cres and Glen Innes

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10

15

30

30

30

Stonefields circuit to Glen Innes

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10

15

30

30

30

Glen Innes to Meadowbank via Gowing Dr

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20

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

061—Panmure Town Centre to Ellerslie/Penrose Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

062—Mt Wellington to Ellerslie/Penrose Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

063—Mt Wellington to St Marys School (Ellerslie)

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

061—One Tree Hill College to Panmure Town Centre

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

062—One Tree Hill College to Mt Wellington South

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

063—Ellerslie Primary to Mt Wellington

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

063—One Tree Hill College to Mt Wellington

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

065—Panmure District School to Mt Wellington

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

065—One Tree Hill College to Bailey—Penrose

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 16—Tamaki Drive

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Glen Innes to Britomart via St Heliers and Tamaki Drive

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15

15

15

15

15

Riddell Rd to Britomart via St Heliers and Tamaki Drive

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15

blank

blank

blank

blank

Glen Innes to Britomart via Long Drive

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15

blank

blank

blank

blank

St John's to Britomart via Kepa Rd and Orakei

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15

blank

blank

blank

blank

Glen Innes to Riddell Rd via Long Drive and St Heliers

blank

blank

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

007—Glen Innes to Sacred Heart College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

014—St Heliers to Epsom Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

015—St Heliers to Epsom Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

016—St Heliers to Epsom Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

021—St Heliers to Baradene College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

055—Kohimarama to Remuera Intermediate

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

625—Glen Innes Centre to Glendowie College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

001—Epsom Schools to Kohimarama

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

002—Epsom Schools to St Heliers

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

003—Epsom Schools to St Heliers

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

004—Epsom Schools to St Heliers

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

005—Epsom Schools to Glendowie

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

007—Epsom Schools to Mission Bay

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

007—Sacred Heart College to Glen Innes Village

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

011—St Ignatius School to Glendowie

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

021—Baradene College to St Heliers

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

046—Selwyn College to Panmure

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

047—Selwyn College to Panmure

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

055—Remuera Intermediate to Kohimarama

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

056—Remuera Intermediate to Kohimarama

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

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Unit 17—One Tree Hill and Hospitals

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Ellerslie Station to Royal Oak and City centre via Oranga Ave, Tawa Rd, Buckley Rd and Gillies Ave

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10

30

30

30/60

30/60

Onehunga to Ellerslie Station via Tawa Rd

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20

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Hospitals. Middlemore to Britomart via Otahuhu, Greenlane and Auckland Hospitals

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20

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Otahuhu to Ellerslie Station via Great South Rd

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20

blank

blank

blank

blank

Ellerslie Station to Britomart via Great South Rd

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10

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 18—Mt Eden Crosstown

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Mt Eden Crosstown. Wynyard to Mission Bay via Kingsland, Mt Eden Village, Remuera and Orakei Station

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20

30

20/30

20/30

Bastion Pt to Orakei Station

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20

30

60

30/60

30/60

Uplands Rd to Orakei Station

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20

30

60

30/60

30/60

019—Mission Bay to Epsom Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

008—Orakei Primary to Kohimarama

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 19—Balmoral Rd Crosstown

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Balmoral Road Crosstown. Pt. Chevalier to Glen Innes via Orakei Station

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10

15

15/30

15/30

15/30

007—Epsom to Mt Albert Grammar

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

007—Balmoral to Sacred Heart College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

030—Balmoral to Epsom Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

007—Sacred Heart College to Balmoral

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

007—Mt Albert Grammar to Epsom

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

030—Epsom Schools to Mt Eden

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 20—Mt Albert Rd Crosstown

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Mt Albert Rd Crosstown. Pt. Chevalier to Sylvia Park via Mt Albert Rd , Mt Smart Rd and Penrose Rd

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10

15

15/30

15/30

15/30

Unit 22—Onehunga Crosstown

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

New Lynn to Onehunga via White Swan Rd and Richardson Rd

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15

15

30

15/30

15/30

Extension of New Lynn to Onehunga route to Sylvia Park

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15

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Avondale to Onehunga via Stoddard Rd

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15

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Unit 24—Waiheke

Subject to feedback in the RPTP

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Onetangi to Matiatia Ferry Terminal (Frequency to match Ferry sailings)

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20

30

30

30/60

30/60

Rocky Bay and Palm Beach to Matiatia Ferry Terminal (Frequency to match Ferry sailings)

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20

30

30

30/60

30/60

Matiatia Ferry Terminal/Oneroa/Blackpool circuit

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15

15

30

15/30

15/30

Kennedy Point to Matiatia Ferry Terminal (Frequency to match Ferry sailings from Kennedy Point)

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60

60

blank

60

60

094—Palm Road to Waiheke Primary

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

094—Waiheke Primary to Palm Rd

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

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Unit 25—Titirangi

Most routes confirmed via Titirangi/Green Bay and West consultation in 2014, therefore not subject to change

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

New Lynn to City Centre via Green Bay and Blockhouse Bay

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15

30

60

30/60

30/60

Titirangi Shops to City via Green Bay and Blockhouse Bay Rd.

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15

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blank

blank

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New Lynn South Loop

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30

30

30

30/60

30/60

South Titirangi Rd to New Lynn via Titirangi Rd

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60

60

60

60

60

Glen Eden Station to New Lynn via Titirangi Village and Titirangi Rd

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60

60

60

60

60

Woodlands Park Rd to New Lynn via Titirangi Village and Titirangi Road

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60

60

60

60

60

Laingholm to City

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20

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Glen Eden via Titirangi to City

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20

blank

blank

blank

blank

New Lynn to Patiki Rd

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10

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blank

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Lynfield to New Lynn via Blockhouse Bay—subject to consultation in 2015

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60

60

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60

60

New Lynn to Blockhouse Bay via Avondale Peninsula, Avondale and Whitney St—subject to consultation in 2015

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30

30

60

60

60

Brains Park to New Lynn via Nikau St

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60

60

60

60

006—New Lynn/Titirangi to Remuera Schools

Morning

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blank

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007—Glen Eden to Green Bay High

Morning

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007—Kaurilands to Green Bay High

Morning

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008—New Lynn Transport Centre to Blockhouse Bay Intermediate

Morning

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025—Green Bay to Glen Eden Intermediate

Morning

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179—Titirangi Village to Avondale College

Morning

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179x—Titirangi to Avondale College

Morning

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006—Remuera Schools to Titirangi/New Lynn

Afternoon

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008—Blockhouse Bay Intermediate to New Lynn

Afternoon

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009—Blockhouse Bay Intermediate to Green Bay

Afternoon

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013—Green Bay High to New Lynn Transport Centre

Afternoon

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025—Glen Eden Intermediate to Green Bay

Afternoon

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179—Avondale College to Titirangi Village

Afternoon

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179x—Avondale College to Titirangi

Afternoon

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Unit 26—Lincoln Rd

Routes confirmed via West consultation in 2014, therefore not subject to change

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

New Lynn to Westgate via Great North Rd, Henderson, Lincoln Rd and Makora Rd

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30

30

30/60

30/60

New Lynn to Westgate via Great North Rd, Henderson, Lincoln Rd and Reynella Dr

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15

30

30

30/60

30/60

Henderson to New Lynn via Glendene

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15

30

60

30/60

30/60

072—Glendene to Waitakere Schools

Morning

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017—Kelston Schools to Te Atatu South

Afternoon

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115—Waitakere Schools to New Lynn Transport Centre

Afternoon

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blank

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189—Kelston Boys-Girls & Intermediate to New Lynn

Afternoon

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TP1—Tirimoana Primary to Sabulite Rd

Afternoon

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Unit 27—Te Atatu—Pre Te Atatu Bus interchange

Routes confirmed via West consultation in 2014.

When Te Atatu Bus Interchange is established the routes will be modified, subject to further consultation at a later date.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Te Atatu Peninsula to Henderson via Te Atatu Rd

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30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Te Atatu Peninsula to City via Northwestern Motorway Rd and Great North Rd

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20

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Te Atatu Peninsula to City via Northwestern Motorway.

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20

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Henderson to City via Te Atatu Rd, Northwestern Motorway and Great North Rd

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20

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Henderson to City via Te Atatu Rd and Northwestern Motorway

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20

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Henderson to City via Edmonton Road, Royal View Rd and Northwestern Motorway and Great North Rd

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20

30

60

60

60

Henderson to Avondale Station via Edmonton Rd and Rosebank Rd

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20

30

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013—New Lynn to Rutherford College

Morning

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014—Henderson to Rutherford College

Morning

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020—Te Atatu Peninsula to Kelston Schools

Morning

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022—Henderson to Rangeview Intermediate

Morning

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RU812—Swanson to Rutherford College

Morning

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013—Rutherford College to New Lynn

Afternoon

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014—Rutherford College to Henderson

Afternoon

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020—Kelston Schools to Te Atatu Peninsula

Afternoon

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022—Rangeview Intermediate to Henderson & Glendene

Afternoon

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040—Waitakere Schools to Te Atatu South

Afternoon

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LS1—Holy Cross to Liston College

Afternoon

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RU812—Rutherford College to Swanson

Afternoon

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Unit 28—Glen Eden and Ranui—Pre North-western Busway

Routes confirmed via West consultation in 2014.

When the North-western Busway is established the routes will be modified, subject to further consultation at a later date.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Ranui to Henderson via Lake Panorama Dr and Sturges Rd

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30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Henderson West Circuit via Henderson Valley Rd, Summerland Dr, Metcalfe Rd and Rathgar Rd

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20

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Waitakere to Henderson via Swanson Station, Ranui, Universal Dr and Central Park Dr

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30

60

60

60

60

Henderson to New Lynn via Glengarry Rd and Glen Eden

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20

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Henderson to New Lynn via Sunnyvale, Rosier Rd and Glen Eden

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30

30

60

60

60

Parrs Park to City via Glengarry Rd, Kaurilands Rd, Akinson Rd, Titirangi Rd and New Lynn

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20

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blank

blank

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007—Henderson Valley to Green Bay High

Morning

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blank

blank

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018—Ranui to Kelston Schools

Morning

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blank

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021—Henderson Valley to Kelston Schools

Morning

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blank

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063—Henderson to Avondale College

Morning

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LS6—Candia Rd to Liston/Holy Cross

Morning

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Ls7—Parrs Park to Liston/Holy Cross

Morning

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AV1—Opanuku Rd to Avondale College

Morning

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AV2—Ranui to Avondale College

Morning

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MA 8—Swanson Station to Massey High

Morning

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MA 14—Falls Rd/Anzac Valley to Massey High

Morning

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MA 100—Te Atatu Peninsula to Massey High

Morning

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MA 200—Rathgar Rd to Massey High

Morning

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007—Green Bay High to Henderson Valley

Afternoon

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012—Kelston Schools to Henderson

Afternoon

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013—Kelston Schools to Glen Eden

Afternoon

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018—Kelston Schools to Ranui

Afternoon

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021—Kelston Schools to Henderson Valley

Afternoon

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030—Waitakere Schools to Kelston

Afternoon

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063—Avondale College to Henderson

Afternoon

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156—Avondale College to Forest Hill

Afternoon

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LS6—Liston to Candia Rd

Afternoon

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LS7—Liston to Oratia

Afternoon

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AV1—Avondale College to Garelja Rd

Afternoon

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AV2—Avondale College to Ranui

Morning

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MA 8—Massey High to Swanson

Afternoon

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MA 14—Massey High to Falls Rd

Afternoon

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MA 100—Massey High to Te Atatu

Afternoon

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MA 200—Massey High to Ranui

Afternoon

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Unit 29—Hobsonville—Pre North-western Busway

Routes confirmed via West consultation in 2014.

When the North-western Busway is established the routes will be modified, subject to further consultation at a later date.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Westgate to Hobsonville Ferry Terminal via West Harbour and Hobsonville

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30

60

30/60

30/60

Westgate to Hobsonville Ferry Terminal via Whenuapai and Herald Island

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30

60

60

60

60

Royal Heights loop. Royal Heights to Westgate

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30

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

050—West Harbour to Holy Cross School

Morning

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blank

blank

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HP1—Massey West to Hobsonville Primary

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

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MA5—Luckens Rd to Massey High

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

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MA6—Hobsonville Rd to Massey High

Morning

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blank

blank

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MA10a—Royal Heights to Massey High

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

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RU810—Westgate to Rutherford High School

Morning

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050—Holy Cross School to West Harbour

Afternoon

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HP1—Hobsonville Primary to Massey West

Afternoon

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MA5—Massey High to Luckens Rd

Afternoon

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MA6—Massey High to Hobsonville Rd

Afternoon

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MA10a—Massey High to Royal Heights

Afternoon

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MA10b—Massey High to Westgate

Afternoon

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RU810—Rutherford High to Westgate

Afternoon

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Unit 30—North Western Motorway—Pre North-western Busway

Routes confirmed via West consultation in 2014.

When the North-western Busway is established the routes will be modified, subject to further consultation at a later date.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Westgate to Britomart via Triangle Rd, Northwestern motorway and Great North Rd

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15

30

30

30

30

Westgate to Britomart via Royal Rd and Northwestern motorway

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15

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Westgate to Britomart via Don Buck Rd, Universal Dr, Lincoln Rd, Northwestern motorway and Great North Rd

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15

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Huapai to Westgate (at peak these buses may continue as the expresses services to the City)

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30

60

60

60

60

Helensville to Westgate (at peak these buses may continue as the expresses services to the City)

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30

60

60

60

60

MA13—Waimauku to Massey High

Morning

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MA13—Massey High to Waimauku

Afternoon

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Unit 33—Upper Harbour Crosstown—Pre North-western Busway

There will be further consultation on the routes in 2015

When the North-western Busway is established the routes will be modified, subject to further consultation at a later date.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Henderson to Constellation Station via Don Buck Rd, Hobsonville Rd and Greenhithe

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20

30

60

30/60

30/60

Greenhithe to Constellation

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20

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116—Greenhithe to Albany Schools

Morning

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blank

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116x—Greenhithte to Albany Junior High (Express)

Morning

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blank

blank

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116x—Greenhithe to Albany Schools (Express)

Morning

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122—Whenuapai to Albany Schools

Morning

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116—Albany Junior High to Greenhithe

Afternoon

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116—Albany Senior High to Greenhithe

Afternoon

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116—Albany Junior High to Greenhithe

Afternoon

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116x—Albany Junior High to Greenhithe (Express)

Afternoon

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122—Albany Schools to Whenuapai

Afternoon

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Unit 34—North Harbour—Pre Northern Busway extension

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Albany Station to Constellation Station via Hugh Green Dr

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30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Schnapper Rock to Constellation Station via Rosedale Rd

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20

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Albany Station to Constellation Station via Albany Highway and William Pickering Dr

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10

30

60

60

60

Albany Heights circuit—via Fairview Ave, Lonely Track Rd and Gills Rd

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30

60

60

60

60

042—Albany to Westlake Schools

Morning

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061—Albany Heights to Albany Schools

Morning

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070—Oakway Drive to Upper Harbour Primary

Morning

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013—Rangitoto College to Unsworth Heights

Afternoon

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blank

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020—Westlake Schools to Albany

Afternoon

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blank

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042—Westlake Schools to Albany

Afternoon

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061—Albany Schools to Albany Heights

Afternoon

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070—Upper Harbour Primary to Oakway Dr

Afternoon

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Unit 35—Glenfield Road

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Constellation Station to City via Glenfield Rd and Onewa Rd (some service commence and continue to Albany Station via Massey during the week—see line below)

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30

30

30/60

30/60

Highbury to Albany via Glenfield Rd, Constellation and Massey University (supplementary services to ensure frequency listed in meet in combination with the above line)

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10

30

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Bayview to City via Glenfield Rd and Onewa Rd

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15

30

30

30/60

30/60

Windy Ridge to City via Glenfield and Onewa Rd

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15

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blank

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008—Bayview to Westlake Schools

Morning

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012—Spinella Dr. to Glenfield Intermediate, Primary

Morning

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008—Westlake Schools to Bayview

Afternoon

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011—Glenfield College to Bayview

Afternoon

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015—Northcote College to Wairau Rd

Afternoon

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036—St Marys to Bayview

Afternoon

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Unit 36—Wairau Valley

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Windy Ridge to Constellation via Glenfield and Link Dr

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30

60

30/60

30/60

Constellation Station to Smales Farm Station via Unsworth and Wairau Rd

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15

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Milford to Takapuna via Nile Rd, NS Hospital, Smales Farm Station and Karaka St

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60

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Birkenhead Wharf to Smales Farm via Pupuke Rd, Northcote and NS Hospital (timed to the ferry)

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30

30/60

60

60

60

Northcote Point to Smales Farm via Northcote and NS Hospital

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60

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60

60

018—Wairau Valley to Westlake Schools

Morning

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053—Unsworth to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

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060—Meadowood to Albany Schools

Morning

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060—Meadowood Drive to Albany Senior High

Morning

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078—Unsworth to Glenfield College

Morning

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029—St Marys & Northcote Intermediate to Maritime Tce

Afternoon

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048—Westlake Boys to Totaravale

Afternoon

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055—Westlake Schools to Wairau Corner

Afternoon

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056—Carmel College to Totaravale

Afternoon

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060—Albany Schools to Meadowood

Afternoon

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060—Albany Senior High to Meadowood Drive

Afternoon

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078—Glenfield College to Totaravale

Afternoon

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Unit 37—Hillcrest

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Hillcrest circuit to City via Northcote and Akoranga Station (morning only)

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Smales Farm to City via Hillcrest, Northcote and Sylvan Avenue (peak is afternoon only)

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20

30/60

30/60

30/60

Smales Farm to Akoranga Station via Hillcrest west circuit

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20

30

60

60

60

009—Glenfield to Westlake Schools

Morning

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021—Northcote to Northcote Schools

Morning

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035—Glenfield to Westlake Schools

Morning

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037—Glenfield to Westlake Schools

Morning

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074—Glenfield Shops to Westlake Schools

Morning

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081—Hillcrest to Northcote Schools

Morning

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009—Westlake Schools to Glenfield

Afternoon

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032—St Marys & Northcote Intermediate to Hillcrest

Afternoon

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046—Carmel College & Westlake Girls to Glenfield

Afternoon

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072—Northcote College to Hillcrest

Afternoon

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074—Westlake Schools to Glenfield Shops

Afternoon

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081—Northcote College to Hillcrest

Afternoon

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Unit 38—Birkenhead to Takapuna

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Beach Haven to Takapuna circuit via Highbury, Northcote, Takapuna, Smales Farm, Glenfield and Kaipatiki Rd

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30

30/60

30/60

30/60

002—Coronation Rd to Birkenhead College & Birkdale Intermediate

Morning

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blank

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006—Beach Haven to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

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007—Salisbury Rd to Westlake Schools

Morning

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009—Onewa Road to Westlake Schools

Morning

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020—Beach Haven to Rosmini, St Josephs & Takapuna Normal

Morning

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blank

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077—Verrans Corner to Glenfield Schools

Morning

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002—Birkenhead College & Birkdale Intermediate to [Coronation Rd]

Afternoon

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003—Carmel And Westlake Girls to Chatswood

Afternoon

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006—Westlake Boys to Beach Haven

Afternoon

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009—Westlake Girls to Verrans Corner Via Northcote Pt

Afternoon

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010—Westlake Girls to Beach Haven

Afternoon

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020—Rosmini & Takapuna Normal to Beach Haven

Afternoon

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027—Carmel College to Beach Haven

Afternoon

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blank

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033—Rosmini & Takapuna Normal to Verrans Corner

Afternoon

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077—Glenfield Schools to Verrans Corner

Afternoon

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077—Glenfield Schools to Verrans Corner

Afternoon

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Unit 39—Birkenhead to City

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Beach Haven to City via Birkdale Rd and Onewa Rd

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30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Beach Haven to City via Rangatira Rd and Onewa Rd

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15

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Chatswood to City University via Onewa Rd

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15

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Beach Haven Wharf to City University via Verbena Rd and Onewa Rd

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15

30/60

60

60

60

Highbury to Newmarket via Ponsonby Rd

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15

30

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001—Beach Haven to Birkenhead College & Birkdale Intermediate

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

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014—Beach Haven to Northcote Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

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079—Chatswood to Birkenhead Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

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080—Chatswood to Northcote Schools

Morning

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001—Birkenhead College to Beach Haven

Afternoon

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blank

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004—Birkenhead College to Highbury

Afternoon

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blank

blank

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005—Birkenhead Primary to Maritime Tce

Afternoon

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blank

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014—Northcote College to Beach Haven

Afternoon

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023—Birkdale Intermediate to Beach Haven

Afternoon

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025—Birkdale Intermediate to Highbury

Afternoon

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028—St Marys & Northcote Intermediate to Chatswood

Afternoon

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blank

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030—Northcote College to Chatswood

Afternoon

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035—St Marys to Beach Haven

Afternoon

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blank

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Unit 40—Northern Express 1

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Northern Express. Hibiscus Coast Station to Britomart (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

20

30

30

30

Northern Express. Albany Station to Britomart (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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3

10

10/15

10/15

10/15

Northern Express. Constellation Station to Britomart (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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3

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 41—Northern Express 2

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Northern Express 2. Albany Station to University (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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3

10

10/15

10/15

10/15

Northern Express 2. Constellation Station to University (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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3

blank

blank

blank

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Unit 42—Northern Express 3

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Northern Express 3. Albany Station to Newmarket via Ponsonby Rd and Auckland Hospital

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7-8

15

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064—Albany to Epsom Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

064—Epsom Schools to Albany

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

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Unit 43—Devonport

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Devonport Ferry Terminal to Smales Farm Station via Takapuna

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15

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Bayswater Ferry Terminal to Constellation Station via Hauraki, Takapuna, Smales Farm Station and Forrest Hill Rd (timed for the Ferry)

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30

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Constellation Station to Smales Farm Station via East Coast Rd and Forrest Hill Rd

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10

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blank

blank

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Stanley Point to Devonport Ferry Terminal and Vauxhall

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30

30

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60

60

Mt Victoria/Cheltenham circuit

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30

30

30/60

30/60

30/60

Belmont to City

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30

blank

blank

blank

blank

017—Devonport to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

017—Bayswater to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

062—Takapuna to Takapuna Grammar

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

080—Devonport to Belmont Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

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081—Stanley Bay to Belmont Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

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082—Stanley Bay to Belmont Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

083—Devonport to Belmont Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

087—Stanley Bay to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

017—Westlake Schools to Devonport

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

080—Takapuna Grammar to Devonport

Afternoon

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blank

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blank

081—Belmont Intermediate to Stanley Bay

Afternoon

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blank

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blank

082—Takapuna Grammar to Stanley Bay

Afternoon

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blank

blank

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blank

083—Takapuna Grammar to Devonport

Afternoon

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084—Belmont Intermediate to Devonport

Afternoon

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087—Westlake Schools to Stanley Bay

Afternoon

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089—Takapuna Normal Intermediate to Devonport

Afternoon

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blank

blank

813—Takapuna Grammar to Takapuna

Afternoon

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Unit 44—Lower East Coast Bays

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Constellation to City Universities via Milford and Takapuna

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30

30

30

30

Milford to City Universities via Takapuna (additional services to those listed above)

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20

30

30

30

30

Constellation Station to Smales Farm Station via Mairangi Bay and Milford

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15

30

30

30

30

Crown Hill to Smales Farm via East Coast Rd and Shakespeare Rd

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10

blank

blank

blank

blank

014—Mairangi Bay to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

016—Rothesay Bay Shops to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

023—Takapuna to East Coast Bays Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

027—Milford to East Coast Bays Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

028—Sunnynook to East Coast Bays Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

042—Milford to Campbells Bay Primary

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

051—Sunnynook to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

052—Wairau Valley to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

053—Campbells Bay to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

054—Sunnynook to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

014—St Josephs School to Sunnynook

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

022—St Josephs School to Milford & Takapuna

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

023—Westlake Schools to Totaravale

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

028—Rangitoto College to Sunnynook

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

029—Westlake Schools to Rothesay Bay

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

034—Westlake Boys High to Milford & Takapuna

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

042—Campbells Bay Primary to Milford

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

052—Westlake Schools to Sunnynook

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

053—Westlake Schools to Campbells Bay

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

054—St Johns School to Milford

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

057—Westlake Schools to Glenfield

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

066—Rangitoto College to Takapuna

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

073—Westlake Schools to Totaravale

Afternoon

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blank

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blank

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Unit 45—Upper East Coast Bays—Pre Northern Busway extension

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Massey University to Takapuna via Albany, Browns Bay, Mairangi Bay and Constellation Station

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15

15

15/30

15/30

Torbay to Albany Station via Fitzwilliam Dr and Rising Pde

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10

20

30

30/60

30/60

Torbay to Albany Station via Deep Creek Rd, Browns Bay and Oaktree Ave

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10

20

30

30/60

30/60

Long Bay to Massey University via Torbay, Glamorgan Dr, Albany Station

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10

20

30

30/60

30/60

Albany Station to Constellation Station via East Coast Bays Rd

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10

20

30

30/60

30/60

028—Long Bay College to Northcross Intermediate

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

031—Pinehill to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

033—Long Bay to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

041—Torbay to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

048—Northcross to East Coast Bays Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

049—Kowhai Rd to Long Bay College

Morning

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blank

blank

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071—Pinehill to Long Bay College

Morning

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015—Long Bay Primary to Torbay

Afternoon

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025—Westlake Schools to Torbay

Afternoon

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026—Westlake Girls to Pinehill

Afternoon

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blank

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028—Northcross Intermediate to Long Bay College

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

031—St Johns School to Forrest Hill

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

032—Westlake Boys to Browns Bay

Afternoon

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blank

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blank

033—Westlake Boys to Torbay

Afternoon

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045—Long Bay College to Windsor Park

Afternoon

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blank

blank

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049—St Josephs & Rosmini College to Browns Bay

Afternoon

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050—Westlake Schools to Torbay

Afternoon

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053—Long Bay College to Murrays Bay

Afternoon

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058—Torbay School to Long Bay

Afternoon

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blank

blank

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blank

059—Rangitoto College to Browns Bay Shops(Via East Coast R

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

060—St Johns School to Pinehill

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

061—Rangitoto College to Torbay

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

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062—Rangitoto College to Browns Bay Shops(Via Beach Rd)

Afternoon

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blank

blank

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063—Northcross Intermediate to Torbay

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

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069—St Johns School to Albany

Afternoon

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blank

blank

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070—Long Bay College to Browns Bay Shops

Afternoon

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blank

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blank

071—Long Bay College to Pinehill

Afternoon

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blank

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875—Westlake Girls to Browns Bay

Afternoon

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Unit 46—Hibiscus Coast

Routes confirmed via Hibiscus Coast consultation in 2014.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Gulf Harbour to Orewa via Hibiscus Coast Station

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30

60

60

60

60

Manly to Waiwera via Hibiscus Coast Station

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30

60

60

60

60

Hibiscus Coast Station to Albany Station via Dairy Flat Highway

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60

120

120

120

120

Gulf Harbour to Hibiscus Coast Station via Big Manly Vipond Rd and Red Beach

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30

60

60

60

60

Orewa to Hibiscus Coast Station via Millwater

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30

60

60

60

60

Orewa to Hibiscus Coast Station via Maygrove and Red Beach

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60

60

blank

60

60

Waiwera to City Centre

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4 trips

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blank

blank

Gulf Harbour to City Centre

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8 trips

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blank

blank

blank

Arkles Bay to Whangaparoa Plaza (trial service)

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60

blank

blank

blank

Gulf Harbour to Whangaparoa Plaza via Shakespear Regional Park (trial service—timed for Ferry)

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30

60

blank

blank

blank

045—Orewa to Westlake Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

046—Orewa to Westlake Boys & Rosmini College

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

047—Gulf Harbour to Westlake Girls & Carmel College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

044—Westlake Girls to Silverdale

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

045—Westlake Schools to Silverdale

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

046—St Josephs & Rosmini College to Orewa

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

046x—St Josephs & Rosmini College to Silverdale

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

047—Carmel College & Westlake Girls to Gulf Harbour

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

049—Westlake Boys to Manly

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 47—Hibiscus Coast Schools

Public services in this area (unit 46) were consulted on in 2014. The following school services may require amendment once the new network is in place.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

002—Hatfields Beach to Orewa Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

004—Army Bay to Orewa College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

005—Arkles Bay/Manly to Orewa College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

006—Stanmore Bay/Vipond Rd to Orewa College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

007—Brightside Rd to Orewa College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

008—Forrest Hill to Kingsway School

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

009—Torbay to Kingsway School

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

010—Hobsonville to Kingsway School

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

011—Birkenhead/Glenfield to Kingsway School

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

012—Gulf Harbour to Kingsway School

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

013—Stanmore Bay to Kingsway School

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

014—Manly to Kingsway School

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

017—Silverdale to Whangaparaoa College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

018—Orewa to Whangaparaoa College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

019—Army Bay to Whangaparaoa College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

019—Whangaparaoa College to Gulf Harbour School

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

020—Gulf Harbour to Whangaparaoa College

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

021—Orewa Via Hatfields Beach to Stella Maris School

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

022—Gulf Harbour to Stella Maris School

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

025—Orewa to Long Bay College, Northcross & Rangitoto College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

026—Gulf Harbour to Long Bay College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

027—Stanmore Bay to Northcross Intermediate

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

002—Orewa Schools to Hatfields Beach

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

004—Orewa College to Army Bay

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

005—Orewa College to Arkles Bay/Manly

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

006—Orewa College to Stanmore Bay/Vipond Rd

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

007—Orewa College to Brightside Rd

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

008 –Kingsway School to Forrest Hill

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

009 –Kingsway School to Torbay

Afternoon

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blank

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blank

010 –Kingsway School to Hobsonville

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

011 –Kingsway School to Birkenhead/Glenfield

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

012 –Kingsway School to Gulf Harbour

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

013 –Kingsway School to Stanmore Bay

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

014—Kingsway School to Manly

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

017—Whangaparaoa College to Silverdale

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

018—Whangaparaoa College to Orewa

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

019—Whangaparaoa College to Army Bay

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

019—Gulf Harbour School to Whangaparaoa College

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

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020—Whangaparaoa College to Gulf Harbour

Afternoon

blank

blank

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blank

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021—Stella Maris School to Orewa Via Hatfields Beach

Afternoon

blank

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blank

blank

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022—Stella Maris School to Gulf Harbour

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

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025—Long Bay College, Northcross & Rangitoto College to [Orewa]

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

026—Long Bay College to Gulf Harbour

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

027—Northcross Intermediate to Stanmore Bay

Afternoon

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Unit 48—Warkworth

There will be second phase consultation on the proposal at a later date

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Warkworth to Silverdale Park & Ride Station

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60

120

120

120

120

Warkworth to Snells Beach and Matakana

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60

60

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60

60

Unit 50—Ti Rakau Drive—Pre AMETI Busway extension to Botany

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Mission Heights to Panmure via Kilkenny Dr, Botany Town Centre and Ti Rakau Dr (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

30

30

30

30

Howick to Panmure via Meadowlands Dr, Millhouse Dr, Botany Town Centre and Ti Rakau Dr (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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10

30

30

30

30

321—Glen Innes to Edgewater College

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

320—Edgewater College to Glen Innes

Afternoon

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Unit 52—Howick to Panmure—Pre AMETI Busway extension to Botany

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Howick to Half Moon Bay Ferry Terminal

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30

30

60

60

60

Botany to Half Moon Bay Ferry Terminal via Highland Park

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30

30

60

60

60

Half Moon Bay Ferry Terminal to Panmure via Farm Cove

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20

30

60

30/60

30/60

Bucklands Beach to Panmure

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20

blank

blank

blank

blank

Howick to Panmure via Moore St, Cascades Rd and Reeves Rd

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20

60

60

60

60

014—Botany Downs to Sacred Heart College

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

016—Howick to Sacred Heart College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

313—Star Of The Sea School to Highland Park

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

016—Sacred Heart College to Howick

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

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019—Sacred Heart to Dannemora

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

021—Sacred Heart College to Bucklands Beach

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

080—Macleans College to Panmure

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

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085—St Marks School to Pakuranga

Afternoon

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Unit 53—Botany Crosstown

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Manukau to Botany Town Centre via Chapel Rd and Ormiston Town centre

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15

15

30

15/30

15/30

Manukau to Botany Town Centre via eastern Flat Bush and Ormiston Town centre

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15

30

30

30/60

30/60

Manukau to Ormiston Town Centre via eastern Flat Bush

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15

30

60

30/60

30/60

Bucklands Beach to Botany Town Centre via Highland Park

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15

30

60

30/60

30/60

Flat Bush to Middlemore via Ormiston Rd, Otara, Hunters Corner

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20

30

60

30/60

30/60

Ormiston Town Centre to Beachlands via Whitford

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60

60

60

60

60

Pine Harbour Ferry Feeder. Maraetai to Pine Harbour Ferry Terminal (time for ferry sailings)

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20

60

60

60

60

018—Highland Park to Sancta Maria College

Morning

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blank

blank

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072—Highland Park to Howick Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

078—Golflands to Farm Cove Intermediate

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

088—Pakuranga to Sancta Maria College

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

089—Botany Downs to Sancta Maria College

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

302—Dannemora to Macleans College

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

314—Botany to Howick Schools

Morning

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blank

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315—Smales Rd to Somerville Intermediate And Howick College

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

317—Dannemora to Somerville Intermediate

Morning

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blank

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317—Accent Dr to Howick Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

317—Redcastle Drive to Howick Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

317—Baverstock Rd to Howick Schools

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

322—Smales Rd to Somerville Intermediate & Howick College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

018—Sancta Maria College to Highland Park

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

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075—Bucklands Beach Intermediate to Highland Park

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

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078—Farm Cove Intermediate to Golflands

Afternoon

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blank

blank

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blank

081—Macleans College to Botany Downs

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

082—Macleans College to Dannemora

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

082—Macleans College to Botany

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

088—Sancta Maria College to Pakuranga

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

089—Sancta Maria College to Botany Downs

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

309—Howick College to Kilkenny Dr

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

310—Howick College to Mirrabooka & Burswood Dr

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

311—Howick College to Dannemora Dr

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

314—Owairoa Primary to Botany

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

314—Somerville Intermediate to Golflands

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

315—Somerville Intermediate to Dannemora

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

316—Somerville Intermediate to Kilkenny And Middlefield Dr

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

317—Somerville Intermediate to Redcastle Dr

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

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blank

318—Somerville Intermediate to Kilkenny

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

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blank

319—Aviemore Dr to Burswood

Afternoon

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blank

blank

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323—Howick Intermediate to Botany Downs

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

324—Farm Cove Intermediate to Botany Downs

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

325—Star Of The Sea School to Cockle Bay & Golflands

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

326—Macleans College to Bucklands Beach

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

700—Sancta Maria to North Park

Afternoon

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blank

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blank

Unit 54—East Tamaki Crosstown

Most Routes confirmed via South consultation in 2013.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Botany Town Centre to Manukau via Preston Rd

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15

30

30

30/60

30/60

Botany Town Centre to Onehunga via Highbrook, Otahuhu and Neilson St—subject to consultation in 2015

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15

30

blank

blank

blank

Panmure to Manukau via Highbrook

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15

30

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blank

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Unit 55—Pakuranga Rd—Pre AMETI Busway extension to Botany

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Cockle Bay to Britomart via Howick and Pakuranga Rd (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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15

30

30

30

30

Botany to Britomart via Whitford Rd, Howick and Pakuranga Rd (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

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15

30

30

30

30

Howick to Britomart via Pakuranga Rd (Frequency based on Double Decker buses)

blank

10

blank

blank

blank

blank

010—Botany Downs to Epsom Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

011—Bucklands Beach to Remuera Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

010—Epsom Schools to Botany Downs

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

011—Baradene College to Bucklands Beach

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

012—Baradene College to Dannemora

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

071—Diocesan School to Botany Downs

Afternoon

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blank

blank

blank

blank

303—Howick College to Panmure

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

304—Sommerville Intermediate to Highland Park

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

327—Pakuranga College to Pakuranga

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 60—Airport

Routes confirmed via South consultation in 2013.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Airport Link. Onehunga to Manukau via Mangere Town Centre, Airport and Papatoetoe

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15

15

15/30

15/30

Unit 61—Mangere Bridge

Routes confirmed via South consultation in 2013.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Mangere Town Centre to City Centre via Favona, Mangere Bridge, Onehunga and Pah Rd

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30

30

60

30/60

30/60

Mangere Town Centre to City via Queenstown and Pah Rd

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15

blank

blank

blank

blank

046—Mangere to Remuera Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

058—Favona to Onehunga Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

059—Mangere to Onehunga Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

060—Puhinui to Auckland Girls Grammar

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

061—Mangere Town Centre to Onehunga Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

061—Mangere to Auckland Girls Grammar

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

062—Favona/Mangere to Onehunga Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

084—Mangere to St Josephs School (Onehunga)

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

312—Onehunga Transport Centre to Onehunga Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

392—Onehunga Transport Centre to Onehunga Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

001—Royal Oak Intermediate to Favona

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

001—Onehunga High to Mangere East

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

001—McAuley High to Onehunga Transport Centre

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

002—Royal Oak Intermediate to Mangere Bridge

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

002—Onehunga High to Favona

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

003—Royal Oak Intermediate to Mangere

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

003—Onehunga High to Mangere Bridge

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

004—Royal Oak Intermediate to Onehunga

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

005—Onehunga High to Mangere

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

006—Onehunga High to Onehunga

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

046—Remuera Schools to Mangere

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

061—Auckland Girls Grammar to Mangere

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

061—Onehunga High to Mangere Town Centre

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

061—Royal Oak Intermediate to Mangere Town Centre

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

084—St Josephs School (Onehunga) to Mangere Town Centre

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 62—Otahuhu

Routes confirmed via South consultation in 2013.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Mangere Town Centre to Glen Innes via Massey Rd, Otahuhu Station and Otahuhu, Sylvia Park and Panmure— —subject to further consultation in 2015 for extension to Glen Innes from Sylvia Park

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15

15

15

15

15/30

Mangere Town Centre to Manukau City Centre via Mangere East, Otahuhu Station, Otahuhu, Otara and Flat Bush

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15

30

30

30/60

30/60

Otahuhu Station to Ihumatao via Mangere Town Centre

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15

60

blank

blank

blank

Mangere Town Centre to Seaside Park via Favona and Otahuhu train station

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30

60

60

60

60

Mangere Town Centre to Middlemore Hospital (west) via Tidal Road

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20

60

60

60

60

017—Mt Wellington to Otahuhu Primary

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

031—Otara Town Centre to De La Salle College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

035—Mt Wellington to Otahuhu College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

041—Mangere to Otahuhu Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

065—Otahuhu Transport Centre to Ellerslie/Penrose Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

073—Otahuhu to Edgewater College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

550—Seaside Park to Otahuhu College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

012—Otahuhu Intermediate to Mangere Town Centre

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

017—Otahuhu Schools to Mt Wellington

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

022—McAuley High to Flat Bush

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

027—Glendowie College to Otahuhu Transport Centre

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

031—McAuley High to Otara Town Centre

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

033—Otahuhu College to Otara

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

034—McAuley High to Mangere Bridge Shops & Onehunga Transport Centre

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

036—De La Salle College to Pt England

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

046—De La Salle College to Otara

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

064—One Tree Hill College to Otahuhu

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

067—One Tree Hill College to Otahuhu Transport Centre

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

550—Fairburn Primary to Seaside Park

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 63—Papatoetoe/Otara

Routes confirmed via South consultation in 2013.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Mangere Town Centre to Botany Town Centre via Papatoetoe, Otara, Springs Rd and Smales Rd

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15

15

30

15/30

15/30

Onehunga to Manukau via Mangere, Mangere Town Centre, western Papatoetoe

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15

30

60

30/60

30/60

002—Mangere Bridge Shops to Seventh Day Adventist Primary

Morning

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blank

blank

blank

blank

003—Mangere Bridge Shops to Holy Cross School (Papatoetoe)

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

013—Otara to Edgewater College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

026—Papatoetoe Town Hall to Papatoetoe Intermediate

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

027—Middlemore Hospital to Papatoetoe Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

029—Puhinui to Papatoetoe Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

051—Middlemore to Seventh Day Adventist Primary

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

001—Kedgley Intermediate to Puhinui

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

003—Seventh Day Adventist Primary to Mangere Town Centre

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

004—Seventh Day Adventist Primary to Mangere Bridge Shops

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

024—Papatoetoe Intermediate to Manukau

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

025—Papatoetoe Intermediate to Papatoetoe Town Hall

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

026—Papatoetoe Intermediate to Puhinui

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

027—Papatoetoe Intermediate to Middlemore Hospital

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

028—Papatoetoe Intermediate to Puhinui

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

051—Seventh Day Adventist Primary to Middlemore

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

054—Papatoetoe High to Middlemore

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

305—Edgewater College to Otara

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 64—Manurewa

Routes confirmed via South consultation in 2013.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Papakura to Otahuhu Station via Great South Rd, Manurewa and Manukau

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15

15

30

15/30

15/30

Papakura to Manukau via Porchester Rd, Manurewa and Homai

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15

30

60

30/60

30/60

Weymouth to Manukau via Manurewa

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15

30

60

30/60

30/60

Wattle Downs to Manurewa

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15

30

60

30/60

30/60

Manurewa to Otara MIT via Clendon and Manukau (continues to Highbrook week days)

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15

30

60

30/60

30/60

Manurewa to Manukau via the Gardens circuit

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15

30

60

30/60

30/60

Wiri Industrial circuit—both clockwise and anti-clockwise. Homai Station to Manukau Station via Plunket Ave.

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15

blank

blank

blank

blank

Papakura to City via Great South Rd, Redoubt Rd and motorway

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30

blank

blank

blank

blank

055—Conifer Grove to Rosehill Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

055—Papakura to McAuley High

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

056—Wattle Downs to Rosehill Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

058—Homai to Rosehill Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

059—Papakura to De La Salle College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Everglade Drive to Greenmeadows Intermediate

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Weymouth to Manurewa High & Alfriston College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Weymouth And Wattle Down to Manurewa Schools

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Clendon to Manurewa Schools & Alfriston College

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

055—Rosehill College to Conifer Grove

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

055—McAuley High to Papakura

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

056—Rosehill College to Wattle Downs

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

057—Rosehill College to Manurewa

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

058—Rosehill College to Homai

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

058—Rosehill Intermediate to Conifer Grove & Homai

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

059—De La Salle College to Papakura

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Manurewa Schools to Wattle Downs & Weymouth (PBS5)

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Greenmeadows Intermediate to Clendon (PBS6)

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Alfriston College to Redoubt Rd (PBS7)

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Greenmeadows Intermediate to Manukau Via Everglades (PBS8)

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

Unit 65—Papakura

Routes confirmed via South consultation in 2013.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Papakura to Takanini Station via Cosgrove

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30

30

60

60

60

Papakura to Papakura via Sheehan Avenue

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10

30

30

30/60

30/60

Papakura to Red Hills

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30

30

60

30/60

30/60

Papakura to Opaheke

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30

30

60

Papakura Station to Drury

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30

30

60

30/60

30/60

Papakura to Pahurehure

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10

30

30

30/60

30/60

Papakura to Karaka Harbourside

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15

30

60

30/60

30/60

Unit 67—Pukekohe

Routes confirmed via Pukekohe/Waiuku consultation in 2014.

Route Descriptions

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Pukekohe Northeast loop

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30

60

60

60

60

Pukekohe Northwest loop

blank

30

60

60

60

60

Pukekohe South loop

blank

30

60

60

60

60

Waiuku to Papakura

blank

60

blank

blank

blank

blank

Waiuku to Pukekohe

blank

60

60

blank

60

60

Tuakau to Wesley College (subject to funding arrangements)

blank

30

60

blank

60

60

End Table.

Cross-boundary services

Pukekohe—Tuakau—Port Waikato services destinations and service patterns will be subject to local consultation and to agreement on an appropriate funding mechanism.

Page 53

Light Rail Option—Within the next 10 years

Table:

tn: The table has been split into multiple tables by Service. End tn.

Light Rail—Services using Queen St

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Light Rail Option—Route Description

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Dominion Rd (Mt Roskill terminus), Ian McKinnon Dr, Queen St (and possible link to Wynyard)

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6

7.5

10

7.5/10

7.5/10

Bus services post Light Rail—Units 1 and 8 are deleted and replaced with the following.

Please note—as the LRT network will be delivered in stages, to ensure continuity there will be a need to phase out the existing bus network in stages to match the LRT timing. The table below reflects the bus services once the LRT listed above has been completed.

The routes will be subject to more detailed consultation in 2015

Light Rail Option—Route Description

Time of Day (school services)

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Mt Roskill terminus to Wynyard via Stoddard Rd, Owairaka, St Lukes, Morningside Dr, New North Rd, Bond St and Ponsonby Rd

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10

15

30

15/30

15/30

New Lynn to Onehunga via Mt Roskill light rail terminus

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6

15

20

15/20

15/20

Blockhouse Bay to Mt Roskill Light Rail terminus via White Swan Rd

blank

6

15

20

15/20

15/20

Lynfield to Mt Roskill Light Rail terminus via Dominion Rd Extension

blank

6

15

20

15/20

15/20

010—Sandringham to Ponsonby Intermediate

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

041—Mt Albert to Mt Albert Grammar

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

202—New Windsor to Auckland Girls Grammar

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

010—Ponsonby Intermediate to Sandringham

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

041—Mt Albert Grammar to Mt Albert

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

202—Auckland Girls Grammar to New Windsor

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

019—Lynfield to Waikowhai Intermediate

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

248—Blockhouse Bay to Blockhouse Bay Intermediate

Morning

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

022—Waikowhai Intermediate to Lynfield

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

267—Mt Roskill Grammar to Lynfield

Afternoon

blank

blank

blank

blank

blank

End Table.

Page 54

Ferry Services—contracted

Table:

Ferry Services—Route Descriptions: Subject to feedback in the RPTP

PTOM Unit Allocation

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Birkenhead Ferry Terminal to Downtown Ferry Terminal via Northcote Ferry Terminal

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30

60

60

30/60

30/60

Hobsonville Point & Beach Haven Wharf to Downtown Ferry Terminal

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30

60

60

60

60

Half Moon Bay Ferry. Half Moon Bay Ferry Terminal to Downtown Ferry Terminal

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30

30

60

30/60

30/60

Bayswater Ferry Terminal to Downtown Ferry Terminal

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30

60

60

30/60

30/60

Pine Harbour Ferry Terminal to Downtown Ferry Terminal

blank

20/30

60

60

60

60

West Harbour Ferry Terminal to Downtown Ferry Terminal

blank

20/30

60

60

60/120

60/120

Gulf Harbour Ferry Terminal to Downtown Ferry Terminal (some services via Rakino)

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30

120

-

120

120

Rakino Ferry Terminal to Downtown Ferry Terminal

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3 trips per week

-

-

-

End Table.

Train Services—Pre CRL

Table:

Train Services—Route Descriptions

PTOM Unit Allocation

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Southern Rail Line. Papakura to Britomart

N/A

10

10

15

10/15

10/15

Eastern Rail Line. Manukau to Britomart

N/A

10

10

15

10/15

10/15

Western Rail Line. Swanson to Britomart

N/A

10

10

15

15

10/15

Onehunga Rail Line. Onehunga Station to Britomart

N/A

30

30

30

30

30

Southern Rail Line. Pukekohe Station to Papakura Station

N/A

15

30

30

30/60

30/60

End Table.

Train Services—Post CRL and electrification to Pukekohe

Table:

Train Services—Route Descriptions

PTOM Unit Allocation

Mon-Fri Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Off-Peak Frequency

Mon-Fri Evening Frequency

Sat Frequency day/evening

Sun Frequency day/evening

Southern Rail Line. Papakura to City Centre and through

N/A

5

10

10

10

10

Southern Rail Line. Extension to and from Pukekohe Station (half the southern line services to and from Papakura continue to Pukekohe)

N/A

10

20

20

20

20

Eastern Rail Line. Manukau to City Centre and through

N/A

5

10

10

10

10

Western Rail Line. Swanson to City Centre and through

N/A

5

10

10

10

10

Onehunga Rail Line. Onehunga Station to City Centre and through

N/A

5

30

30

30

30