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Auckland Transport 17h
The train timetables for the Western and Onehunga lines have changed to provide earlier and later services. New timetables are live in Journey Planner and AT Mobile. Follow link for more info:
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Auckland Transport Nov 15
Parking restrictions and road closures surrounding Western Springs tomorrow, for details please check
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
FINAL UPDATE 7.00PM This crash is now clear. Expect some delays as congestion clears, ^KM
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
CRASH - GREAT SOUTH RD, PAPATOETOE - 6.25PM A crash at the intersection of Great South Road and Tui St in Papatoetoe is causing delays in this area. Expect delays and pass the area with care. ^KM
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Replying to @Brycepearce
Kia ora Bryce, we would need more information to be able to help - Did you raise this with us when it happened? What time/date did this occur? Please DM us. ^HS
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Replying to @RachelVicNZ
Thanks Rachel, we love to pass on awesome feedback like this, kia mihi for letting us know, and hope you have a great weekend ahead! ^HS
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Replying to @dznz
Kia mihi, we have passed your praise on to the relevant team - we love to hear about ka pai drivers like this! 😊 ^HS
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Bus diversions and bus stop closures due to ZM Friday Jams Live at Western Springs on Sunday 17th November. Please find details on diversions and alternative bus stops here:
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Replying to @ksuyin
Hi Su Yin, we have now notified our Parking Enforcement team. Cheers ^RR
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Replying to @stateless
Good afternoon Nicholas, It is best to call Auckland Council on (09) 301 0101 to report flooding issues and/or if this flooding issue is still there. Cheers ^RR
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Take advantage of free child weekend fares and get out with the whanau on public transport to see what hidden gems Auckland has to offer.
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
This Sunday, the train timetables for the Western and Onehunga lines will be changing to provide earlier and later services. New timetables are live in Journey Planner and AT Mobile. Follow link for more info:
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Replying to @captain_pinchy
Kia mihi, we have notified Parking Enforcement to attend. Happy Rāmere (Friday) 😊 ^HS
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
UPDATE 12:45PM This crash scene now fully cleared. ^TP
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Monster Energy S-X Open, 16th Nov: Travel on trains and NX1 buses (not including Hibiscus Coast) is included with your event ticket. Find out everything you need to know about getting to Mt Smart, including parking restrictions and road closures:
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
CRASH - KIRKBRIDE ROAD, MANGERE - 11:55AM A crash at the intersection of Kirkbride Rd and Ascot Rd in Mangere is causing delays in the area. Please avoid this area or expect delays. ^TP
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Replying to @Kiernan_Busher
Hi Keiran, can you please DM us your full name and email address so that we can forward your enquiry to our AT HOP team? Thank you. ^RR
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Replying to @stateless @AklCouncil
Good day Nicholas, our mates at will be able to assist you regarding this as Kerb and Channel cleaning are under their jurisdiction. Cheers ^RR
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Replying to @InstonQuentin1
Kia ora, we have now raised this with the relevant team, thanks for letting us know! ^HS
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Auckland Transport Nov 14
Construction will ramp up next year as the next phase of the city's development programme begins. We're working to reduce disruption and ensure pedestrians, cyclists, public transport and road users can continue to move safely around the city centre
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