How many bus routes are in Auckland?
How many bus routes are in Auckland?
In total there are 207 routes in the report – although some of these routes have since been cut or changed and so no longer run.
What time is the last bus in Auckland?
Routes operate from midnight until late (early Saturday and Sunday mornings). Buses leave via Customs Street, Civic/St James, Victoria Street and Queen Street. 12 services which go North, South, East, Central and West suburbs. Alcohol is not permitted on these services, space on board is subject to availability.
How do you pay for the bus in NZ?
Pay for travel on buses, trains and ferries using an AT HOP card. Cash can be used to purchase a paper ticket for train and ferry travel only.
Is public transport free in Auckland?
Auckland Transport, supported by the Police, is providing free travel on buses and trains each night. Mayor Phil Goff says, “This is a great opportunity to have a night out in Auckland and travel home for free by bus or train. Providing free public transport to get home is a great alternative.
Does Auckland have a subway system?
The Auckland CRL is a 3.4 km double-track underground rail line running beneath the central business district from Britomart to the Western (North Auckland) Line near the existing Mount Eden Station, with two new underground stations in the CBD at Aotea and Karangahape.
Who owns NZ Bus?
Next Capital Pty. Ltd.
NZ Bus/Parent organizations
Are all London busses free?
All buses in London are cash-free. This means you will need to have an Oyster card, contactless payment,or a valid ticket to travel on a London Bus.
Who does Auckland Transport report to?
Auckland Transport is a Controlled Organisation (CCO) of Auckland Council. The organisation combines the transport expertise and functions of the eight former local and regional councils and the Auckland Regional Transport Authority (ARTA).
Can you pay cash on metlink bus?
Cash fares will no longer be accepted on public transport as of Monday, March 23 in an effort to minimise physical contact amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Auckland Transport (AT) and Metlink have both announced the changes.
Is Auckland transport free on weekends?
With a registered AT HOP card, children aged 5-15 years inclusive travel free of charge on buses, trains and ferries* on weekends and on public holidays. Children under five travel free any time when accompanied by a fare paying passenger.
Can children go on a bus for free?
Children under five years will be able to travel free of charge on Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann, Luas and Iarnród Éireann services.
Is there a timetable for public transport in Auckland?
To help you plan your journey, Auckland Transport has full timetables and guides available for all public transport services. Travel guides for each area of Auckland, night bus, hospitals and airport.
Which is the best bus service in Auckland?
The Link buses are the main form of bus transport around Auckland city and the suburbs. The Auckland Exporer bus is great for tourists wanting to visit many of the city’s leading attractions. The main transport centre in Auckland is the Britomart transport centre.
Where does the Link bus go in Auckland?
The Link Bus connects the Auckland suburbs to the downtown area of Auckland. The red city circuit buses travel around the Auckland CBD area on a regular basis. The route is from Wynyard Quarter to Queen Street and up to Karangahape Road.
Which is the best way to get around Auckland?
It’s easy to travel by train, bus or ferry throughout the inner city and the wider region, with regular routes to most major attractions and our main shopping, dining and entertainment precincts. Britomart, in downtown Auckland, is the main transport hub and is where many bus and train journeys start and finish.