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New Network for East Auckland New Network for East Auckland

On 10 December 2017, we launched a new bus network for East Auckland. Everything has changed, including bus routes, route numbers, timetables and buses.

The new East Auckland bus network is part of a simpler, more integrated public transport network for Auckland.

New East Auckland network

This map shows the bus routes which were introduced in East Auckland, Beachlands and Maraetai. Some passengers need to transfer to another bus or train to complete their journey.

East New Network Map

Download the new East Auckland network map (PDF 2.6MB)

What the New Network brings to East Auckland

  • More services, especially from 7am to 7pm, 7 days a week.
  • Buses are more frequent, at least every 15 minutes, between Howick and Botany.

Buses connecting with trains

  • Connections to the Eastern Line can be made at Panmure Interchange which head towards the City Centre and Manukau.
  • Connections can also be made at Ōtāhuhu interchange which is serviced by Southern and Eastern lines
  • The East New Network also provides access to Middlemore, Papatoetoe and Manukau train stations.
  • Trains on the Eastern & Southern Lines run every 10 minutes during peak times, every 20 minutes in the middle of the day, and every 30 minutes on evenings and weekends.

Night bus

The NiteRider service N50 has been replaced by a new late night service on Fridays and Saturdays. This is the 70H service, servicing East Auckland.

From Britomart it travels via Symonds St, the same as all other East Auckland daytime services.

380 Airporter service

The 380 Airporter has increased in frequency to every 15 minutes all day, every day. Connections for this service can be made from East Auckland at Manukau or Papatoetoe Stations.

Beachlands and Maraetai

The New Network for East Auckland also includes service changes to Beachlands and Maraetai. The 739 service runs hourly, 7 days a week.

Find out more about the new service.

Changes to school buses

As part of the East Auckland New Network, Auckland Transport school bus routes have changed from the beginning of Term 1 in 2018. These changes include the routes, destinations and route numbers. View the East Auckland school bus changes.


Individual route maps

Network map

Frequent routes

Local routes

Limited services

What's happening in your neighbourhood

A summary of all the changes and services in your local area.

Beachlands

Route 739 has been created to better serve growing areas and offers:

  • Improved frequency, hourly to and from Botany, 7 days a week.
  • Better connections from Maraetai to Beachlands.
  • Serves the Ormiston Town Centre.

New bus stops

  • 136 Beachlands Road (stop number 2366).
  • Opp 136 Beachlands Road (#2365).
  • Mahutonga Avenue near Beachlands Road (#1944).
  • Mahutonga Avenue near Kouka Drive (#1947).
  • 3 Mahutonga Avenue (#1949).
  • 6 Mahutonga Avenue (#1946).
  • 33 Mahutonga Avenue (#1951).
  • 36 Mahutonga Avenue (#1948).
  • Opp 72 Second View Avenue (#1983).
  • 119 Second View Avenue (#1997).

Bus stops closed

  • Whitford Maraetai Road (stop number 2334).
  • 99 First View Avenue (#2159).
  • 43 Wakelin Road (#6001).

Botany

Botany Town Centre

  • 70 service every 10 minutes on Ti Rakau Drive towards the City Centre, 7 days a week.
  • Better connections to Howick, with buses every 15 minutes, 7 days a week on the 72C and 72M.
  • 351 service, a Monday to Friday, half-hourly route to Otahuhu via Highbrook and every 20 minutes at peak times.
  • 35 service with buses every 15 minutes to Manukau, 7 days a week.
  • No change to route 31 – all day 15-minute service to Otara, Papatoetoe and Mangere Town Centre.
  • 734 route via full length of Botany Road to meet every ferry**

New bus stops

  • 61 Botany Road (stop number 1907).
  • Opp 71 Botany Road (#1904).
  • 129 Botany Road (#2367).
  • Opp 232 Botany Road (#1908).
  • Near 232 Botany Road (#1911).
  • Opp 291 Botany Road (#1998).
  • 168 Cascades Road (#1920).
  • 139 Cascades Road (#1921).
  • 254 Cascades Road (#1924).
  • Opp 254 Cascades Road (#1925).
  • 206 Cascades Road (#1922).
  • Opp 202 Cascades Road (#1923).
  • 760 Chapel Road (#1926).
  • 795 Chapel Rd (#1927).
  • 27 Dannemora Drive (#1937).
  • 38 Dannemora Drive (#1932).
  • 111 Millhouse Drive (#1941).
  • 134 Millhouse Drive (#1936).

Bus stops closed

  • Opp 18 Kyeemagh St (stop number 6241).
  • 4 Kyeemagh St (#6238).
  • 2 Mirrabooka Avenue (#6232).
  • 56 Mirrabooka Avenue (#6234).
  • 86 Mirrabooka Avenue (#6236).
  • 57 Mirrabooka Avenue (#6019).
  • 75 Mirrabooka Avenue (#6271).
  • 41 Orangewood Drive (#6029).
  • 54 Orangewood Drive (#6026).
  • 25 Orangewood Drive (#6027).
  • 22 Orangewood Drive (#6024).
  • Outside 251 Botany Road (#6053).
  • 234 Botany Road (#2193).

School bus stops only

  • 19 Lexington Drive (stop number 2165).
  • 34 Lexington Drive (#6218).

**Timed to meet every ferry except last sailings on Friday and Saturday night.

Bucklands Beach

  • The 712 is a more direct route to Panmure via Casuarina Road and Butley Drive. Connect at Panmure for travel towards the City Centre.
  • New trial bus service 714 to Half Moon Bay, meeting every ferry sailing (including last sailings on Fri and Sat nights).
  • 733 service is a more direct route to Botany via Aviemore Drive and Cascades Road.

Eastern Beach residents need to use Bucklands Beach Road bus stops, as buses no longer travel via Eastern Beach Road and The Esplanade.

New bus stops

  • 258 Bucklands Beach Road (stop number 1916).
  • Opp 266 Bucklands Beach Road (#1917).
  • 148 Bucklands Beach Road (#1918).
  • 143 Bucklands Beach Road (#1919).
  • 9 Clovelly Road (#1929)
  • 141 Clovelly Road (#1931).
  • 91 Macleans Road (#1945).
  • Opp 103 Macleans Road (#1942).

Bus stops closed

  • The Esplanade near Hostel Access Road (stop number 6298).
  • 5 Eastern Beach Road (#6165).
  • 18 Eastern Beach Road (#6164).
  • 23 Eastern Beach Road (#2289).
  • 41 Gills Road (#6187).
  • 50 Gills Road (#6180).
  • 4 Sea Spray Drive (#2322).
  • 5 Sea Spray Drive (#2297).
  • 40 Sea Spray Drive (#2382).
  • 27 Sea Spray Drive (#2285).

Burswood

There is no public bus service via Burswood Drive. The nearest bus stops towards both the city and Botany are on Ti Rakau Drive, an approximate walk of 10 minutes.

School bus stops only from 10 December 2017

  • Burswood Drive near Ti Rakau Drive (stop number 6173).
  • 212 Burswood Drive (#2132).
  • 147 Burswood Drive (#6171).
  • 89 Burswood Drive (#6169).
  • 86 Burswood Drive (#2130).
  • 41 Burswood Drive (#6167).
  • 44 Burswood Drive (#2128).
  • 1r Burswood Drive (#2117).
  • Opp 1r Burswood Drive (#2126).

Cockle Bay

  • All day bus service 735 to Half Moon Bay and to Botany.
  • For travel towards the city, passengers will have to transfer at Botany to the 70 service or at Howick on the 72C and 72M to Panmure Interchange.
  • The 72X peak only service provides access to the city in the morning via the Ellerslie Panmure Highway and Southern Motorway in the morning.

New bus stops

  • 45 Cockle Bay Road (stop number 2369).
  • 48 Granger Road (#6284).
  • 49 Granger Road (#6281).
  • 7a Pah Road (#1985).
  • 42 Pah Road (#1964).
  • 158 Sandspit Road (#1974).
  • Opp 92 Sandspit Road (#1975).
  • 88 Sandspit Road (#1976).
  • 15 View Road (#1991).

Dannemora

The 355 service connects Botany and Manukau through Kilkenny and Middlefield Drives, continuing on through Mission Heights and Ormiston. This service runs every 30 minutes during the day and every 20 minutes during peak times.

New bus stops

  • 27 Dannemora Drive (#1937).
  • 38 Dannemora Drive (#1932).

Bus stops closed

  • 9 Dannemora Drive (stop number 2235).

School bus stops only from 10 December 2017

  • Opp 16 Kilkenny Drive (stop number 6987).
  • 26 Kilkenny Drive (#6144).
  • 75 Kilkenny Drive (#2221).
  • Opp 75 Kilkenny Drive (#1938).

Farm Cove

  • Half-hourly 712 service to Panmure via Butley Drive, Pakuranga Road and Queens Road, and every 20 minutes at peak times. Transfer at Panmure for travel towards the City Centre.

Flatbush

  • 35 service with buses every 15 minutes to Manukau, 7 days a week.
  • Half-hourly service 355 on Haddington and Brookview Drives, 7 days a week. Every 20 minutes at peak times.
  • The previous 314 service has changed to connect to Middlemore Station, not Papatoetoe Station.
  • Improved 739 service to Beachlands and Maraetai, via Ormiston Road.


As new roads are built, bus routes will change to better serve Ormiston Town Centre and growing residential areas.

New bus stops

  • 3 Brookview Drive (stop number 1915).
  • Opp 3 Brookview Drive (#1914).
  • Brookview Drive near Kerrykeel Drive (#1913).
  • Opp 9 Haddington Drive (#2371).

Bus stops closed

  • Accent Drive near Savona Drive (stop number 1747).
  • Accent Drive near Siedeberg Drive (#1596).

Half Moon Bay

New facilities for bus operations are in the process of being built, with completion later on in 2018. To find out more, visit the Half Moon Bay project page.

From Monday 11 December the Half Moon Bay Ferry timetable has changed to improve reliability and to provide better connections to the new bus services. View the new timetables.

  • The 734 bus service to Botany, via Highland Park and Botany Road, meeting every ferry sailing*.
  • All-day 735 service to Howick, meeting every ferry sailing**.
  • New trial bus service 714 from Bucklands Beach, meeting every ferry sailing (including last sailings on Fri and Sat nights).
  • For travel towards the City Centre by bus, passengers can catch the 712 from Bucklands Beach Rd, and transfer to trains for Britomart at Panmure Station.

New bus stops

  • 2 Ara-Tai Road (stop number 1900).
  • Opp 2 Ara-Tai Road (#1901).

Bus stops closed

  • Pigeon Mountain Road near Air Scouts Hall (stop number 2107).
  • Pigeon Mountain Road near Tennis Club (#2105).
  • 120 Pigeon Mountain Road (#6108).
  • 153 Pigeon Mountain Road (#6107).

*Timed to meet every ferry except last sailings on Friday and Saturday night.

Highbrook

  • The 351 service is, a Monday to Friday, half-hourly route to Botany and Otahuhu Station, which runs every 20 minutes at peak times.
  • No changes to existing 353 via Harris Road, and 31 via Springs Road.
  • Timetable changes to 352 service.

Highland Park

  • Travel towards Botany on 72C via Chapel Road or 72M via Millhouse Road.
  • In the opposite direction, both of these services travel to Panmure, creating a 15-minute frequency, 7 days a week.
  • More direct route to Botany via Aviemore Drive and Cascades Road 733 or to Bucklands beach in the opposing direction.
  • Bus service to Half Moon Bay, meeting every ferry sailing** 734.

New bus stops

  • 172 Aviemore Drive (stop number 1902).
  • Opp 172 Aviemore Drive (#1903).
  • 6 Bradbury Road (#1912).
  • 44 Fortunes Road (#1934).
  • Opp 38 Fortunes Road (#1939).

Bus stops closed

  • 64 Highland Park Drive (stop number 6206).

*Timed to meet every ferry except last sailings on Friday and Saturday night.

Howick

  • Buses to Panmure every 15 minutes all day, 7 days a week on the 72C and 72M services.
  • Buses to Botany via either Chapel Road 72C or Millhouse Drive 72M every 15 minutes all day,7 days a week.
  • Morning express services to the City Centre and evening peak express services from the City Centre, every 10 minutes 72X. At other times passengers can transfer at Panmure for travel towards the City Centre.
  • Service 711 connects Howick and Panmure via Union Road and Bradbury Road, running hourly 7 days a week, and every 20 minutes at peak times.
  • Route 734 serves the full length of Botany Road, connecting Botany, Highland Park and Half Moon Bay, timed to meet every ferry*.
  • Bus service 735 from Cockle Bay to Half Moon Bay via Howick, timed to meet every ferry**.

New bus stops

  • 21 Bleakhouse Road (stop number 1905).
  • 18 Botany Road (#1906).
  • Opp 22 Botany Road (#1909).
  • Opp 59 Cook St (#1928).
  • 43 Cook St (#1933).
  • 175 Cook St (#1935).
  • 71 Union Road (#1979).
  • 78 Union Road (#1978).
  • 116 Union Road (#1980).
  • 113 Union Road (#1987).
  • 30 Union Road (#1982).
  • 41 Union Road (#1989).

Bus stops closed

  • 116 Union Road (stop number 6268).
  • 92 Union Road (#2384).
  • Union Road near Wellington St (#1733).

*Timed to meet every ferry except last sailings on Friday and Saturday night.

Maraetai

Route 739 has been created to better serve growing areas and offers:

  • Improved frequency, hourly to and from Botany, 7 days a week.
  • Better connections from Maraetai to Beachlands.
  • Serves the Ormiston Town Centre.

New bus stops

  • 20 Maraetai School Road (stop number 1950).
  • 55 Maraetai School Road (#1953).
  • Opp 61 Maraetai School Road (#1952).
  • 115 Maraetai School Road (#1955).
  • Opp 117 Maraetai School Road (#1954).

Mission Heights

  • Half-hourly bus service 355 to Botany, Ormiston Town Centre and Manukau, 7 days a week.
  • Passengers going towards the City Centre can connect at Botany to route 70 or to the train at Manukau via the 355.
  • The previous 314 service has changed to connect to Middlemore Station, not Papatoetoe Station.

New bus stops

  • Opp 65 Chateau Rise (stop number 2026).
  • 215 Jeffs Road (#1943).
  • 20 Mission Heights Drive (#1956).
  • Mission Heights Drive near Vin Alto Drive (#1957).
  • Opp 48 Mission Heights Drive (#1958).
  • 4 Valderama Drive (#1984).
  • 110 Jeffs Road (#1993).

Bus stops closed

  • 25 Chateau Rise (stop number 2013).
  • 106a Jeffs Road (#2014).

Ormiston

  • Bus service 35 to Manukau and Botany, every 15 minutes all day, 7 days a week.
  • Half-hourly service 355 on Haddington and Brookview Drives, 7 days a week. Every 20 minutes at peak times.
  • The previous 314 service has changed to connect to Middlemore Station, not Papatoetoe Station.
  • Improved 739 service to Beachlands and Maraetai, via Ormiston Road.

As new roads are built, bus routes will change to better serve Ormiston Town Centre and growing residential areas.

New bus stops

  • Ormiston College Eastbound (stop number 1962).
  • Ormiston College Westbound (#1965).
  • Ormiston Town Centre Eastbound (#2452).
  • Ormiston Town Centre Westbound (#2305).
  • Opp 400 Ormiston Road (#1967).

Bus stops closed

  • Opp 191 Ormiston Rd (stop number 2438).
  • 191 Ormiston Rd (#2461).

Pakuranga

  • Buses every 15 minutes on Pakuranga Road to Panmure, 7 days a week on the 72C and 72M services.
  • Route 70 provides buses every 10 minutes on Ti Rakau Drive towards the City Centre, 7 days a week.
  • 711 bus service to Panmure via Reeves Road, hourly 7 days a week, and every 20 minutes at peak times.
  • No route changes to 352 and 358 services.

New bus stops

  • Opp 350 Pakuranga Road (bus stop number 2079).
  • 117 Reeves Road ( #1969).
  • 76 Reeves Road (#1966).
  • 57 Reeves Road (#1971).
  • 34 Reeves Road (#1968).
  • 91 Reeves Road (#1973).
  • 52 Reeves Road (#1970).
  • 19 Reeves Road (#1977).
  • 6 Reeves Road (#1972).

Bus stops closed

  • Opp 170 Gossamer Drive (stop number 6103).
  • 170 Gossamer Drive (#6102).
  • 156 Gossamer Drive (#6100).
  • 143 Gossamer Drive (#6101).
  • 122 Gossamer Drive (#6686).
  • Opp 112 Gossamer Drive (#6099).
  • 90 Gossamer Drive (#6098).
  • St Marks School Bus Stop (#2386).

Panmure

Panmure Interchange

  • Service 70 runs every 10 minutes 7 days a week between 7am and 8pm, and more often during peak times. This travels towards the city via Ellerslie Panmure Highway and Great South Road and to Botany via Ti Rakau Drive.
  • Travel towards Howick and Botany on 72C via Chapel road or 72M via Millhouse Road creating a 15-minute frequency, 7 days a week.
  • Service 712 is a more direct route to Bucklands via Casuarina Road and Butley Drive.
  • Service 711 connecting Howick and Panmure via Union Road and Bradbury Road, running hourly 7 days a week, and every 20 minutes at peak times.
  • Peak only express service 72X to the city centre in the morning travelling via Ellerslie Panmure Highway and the Southern Motorway to Symonds Street.
  • In the afternoon, this express services travels towards Botany via Howick on Whitford Road.
  • The 352 service travels through Highbrook and East Tamaki to Manukau.

Whitford

Route 739 has been created to better serve growing areas and offers:

  • Improved frequency, hourly to Botany and Beachlands/Maraetai, 7 days a week.
  • Serves the Ormiston Town Centre.

New bus stops

  • 8 Whitford Maraetai Road (stop number 1988).

Bus stops closed

  • Whitford Maraetai Road by Waikopua Road (stop number 2140).
  • Whitford Maraetai Road near Trig Road (#6872).

Neighbouring suburbs

Ellerslie, Great South Road and Newmarket

  • Some Ellerslie Panmure Highway services 500, 501, 550, 551, 552 will be replaced by the 70 which runs every 10 minutes 7 days a week between 7am and 8pm, and more often during peak times.
  • Existing 505, 515, 525, 532, 595 services have not changed.
  • The 550X has been replaced by the 72X which operates every 10 minutes at peak times.

Manukau

Construction of Manukau Bus Station is complete and buses are now able to use this bus station. 

Middlemore

School bus stops only

  • 100 Hospital Road (stop number 2005).

Otara

The destination of the 314 service has changed from Papatoetoe Station to Middlemore Station, providing a half-hourly connection between Otara and Middlemore, 7 days a week, and every 20 minutes at peak times.

School bus stops only

  • 101 Bairds Road (stop number 6407).
  • 96 Bairds Road (#6390).

Otahuhu

Otahuhu Station

The 351 service (Mon to Fri only) provides a half-hourly connection to Highbrook and Botany, and every 20 minutes at peak times, departing from Stop B'.

Papatoetoe

Papatoetoe Station

The destination of the 314 service has changed from Papatoetoe Station to Middlemore Station, providing a half-hourly connection between Otara and Middlemore, 7 days a week, and every 20 minutes at peak times.

The 380 route now has two different bus stops. Stop A (#6480) is serviced by the 380 which heads towards the Airport, Mangere Town Centre and Onehunga. Stop B (#2381) heads towards Manukau.

St Johns

With changes to the Express services, some bus stops have closed on Morrin Road to public services:

  • 41 Morrin Road (stop number 1311).
  • 62 Morrin Road (#1326).
  • 84 Morrin Road (#1328).
  • 121 Morrin Road (#1313).

These bus stops no longer serve Eastern express buses, but retain Central Auckland services.

  • Morrin Road near UoA Tamaki Campus (stop number 8535).
  • Morrin Road opp UoA Tamaki Campus (#1498).

Stay informed

  • Follow our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts for up-to-date information.
  • Get email updates by signing up to our New Network newsletter.
  • Look out for posters at key bus stops and train stations.
  • Visit East Auckland libraries and local board offices for information on the changes.

Translated resources

Do you know someone who will be affected by these changes and speaks Cantonese, Mandarin, or Hindi? Send them a link to a video in their language which will tell them how to prepare for the changes.

Brochures that have been translated:


Feedback process

From 1 October to 14 December 2015, we sought feedback on the proposed new routes for East Auckland.

Thanks to the input of hundreds of residents, East Auckland’s new bus network was created.

Download the consultation summary and decisions report (PDF 2.5MB)


For more information

Contact Auckland Transport


Published 13 September 2017 | Last updated 22 June 2018
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To ensure that the contact information we hold about you is accurate and current, please notify us of any changes to such information as soon as possible.

Contacting NCIWR

Any emergency relating to domestic violence should be directed to 111 for New Zealand Police assistance.

If you request assistance through this website, we will endeavour to respond as soon as we can. If you require advocacy services phone 0800 REFUGE or 0800 733 843 to talk to a refuge in your area within New Zealand. All member refuges of NCIWR are listed on our main website (www.womensrefuge.org.nz). If you do visit the Women’s Refuge Website, please note that it is a traceable site so we recommend you use the online safety tips found on this web application to visit www.womensrefuge.org.nz safely.

Advocacy services are available at member refuges. Your call and information will be treated in confidence and privacy.

Changes to our privacy policy

We reserve the right, at our discretion, to alter this privacy policy at any time. Changes to this privacy policy will take effect immediately once they are published on this web application. Please check this privacy policy regularly for modifications and updates. If you continue to use this web application or if you provide any personal information after we post changes to this privacy policy, this will indicate your acceptance of any such changes.

This privacy policy was last updated on 6 October 2015.

If You’re In
Immediate danger
CALL 111 IMMEDIATELY

If you fear for your safety:

  1. Run outside and head for where there are other people.
  2. Ask someone to call 111
  3. If you have children take them with you if you can
  4. Don't stop to get anything else
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