Service Updates

COVID-19 - Eastern Bay Service Update

Please read before under taking travel on public transport during  LEVEL 4

At Level 4, you should not travel unless your journey is absolutely essential. Essential travel includes healthcare workers getting to and from work and people needing to get to supermarkets or pharmacies. Your cooperation is crucial if New Zealand’s response to COVID-19 is to be effective.

From tomorrow (March 26), we will be running reduced services on buses to enable essential workers in our communities to continue to get where they need to go. Public transport services to hospitals will also continue.

Journeys will be free.

 

Please remember to enter and exit through the back door of buses where possible to avoid contact with drivers.

If you do have to travel, please stay at least two metres apart from others and be sure to follow the expert advice on hand washing and other precautions.

We’ll continue to update you with any developments. In the meantime, please stay safe and travel only if it is absolutely essential.

122 Whakatāne to Ōhope service runs as normal

 

Due to Covid-19 the following buses have been cancelled - Until Further Notice.

 

Affected Routes:

COVID-19 Tauranga Service Update for all services

The following services have a service change due to COVID-19. 

Tauranga Urban Services

   CL - City Link          

Running Weekend Timetable

   CT - Crosstown       

Running Weekend Timetable

   HL - Hospital Link

Running Weekend Timetable

   GL - Gold Line

 Running Weekend Timetable 

   1 Pyes Pa

Running Weekend Timetable

   30 The Boulevard

Running Weekend Timetable

   30X Golden Sands

Not in Service - no buses running this route

   33 Pāpāmoa Beach 

Running Weekend Timetable

   36 Pāpāmoa via Maungatapu

Not in service - no buses running on this route

   40 Welcome Bay

Running Weekend Timetable

   41 Maungatapu  

Running Weekend Timetable

   52X – The Lakes Express

Not in Service - no buses running this route

   55 Ohauiti

Running Weekend Timetable

   59 Greerton

Running Weekend Timetable 

   60 Cambridge Heights

Running Weekend Timetable

   62 Bethlehem  

Running Weekend Timetable

   70 Matua Via Ngatai Road     

Not in Service - no buses running this route

   71 Matua Via Brookfield 

Running Weekend Timetable

    72 Otumoetai

Running Weekend Timetable

    221 Te Puke 

Running normal weekday timetable

 

Katikati, Omokoroa and Waihi Beach timetable services

   80 Katikati Express

departing Katikati at 6.50 am and departing Tauranga at 5.15 pm

   81 Ōmokoroa

Cancelled until further notice - updated 26/3/2020

   85 Town Connector (Waihi Beach)

Cancelled until further notice

As of Thursday, March 26 school services are cancelled until further notice

Please read before under taking travel on public transport during  LEVEL 4

At Level 4, you should not travel unless your journey is absolutely essential. Essential travel includes healthcare workers getting to and from work and people needing to get to supermarkets or pharmacies. Your cooperation is crucial if New Zealand’s response to COVID-19 is to be effective.

From tomorrow (March 26), we will be running reduced services on buses to enable essential workers in our communities to continue to get where they need to go. Public transport services to hospitals will also continue.

Journeys will be free.

 

Please remember to enter and exit through the back door of buses where possible to avoid contact with drivers.

If you do have to travel, please stay at least two metres apart from others and be sure to follow the expert advice on hand washing and other precautions.

We’ll continue to update you with any developments. In the meantime, please stay safe and travel only if it is absolutely essential.

 

 

Affected Routes:
Now until Sun 26 Apr 11:59 PM

COVID-19 - Rotorua Service Update

All Rotorua Urban services will be running to the Sunday timetable

Route 15 Murupara via Kaingaroa - Cancelled until further notice

Route 15a Murupara/Ruatahuna - Cancelled until further notice

Route 20 Mamaku to Rotoura- Cancelled until further notice

Please read before under taking travel on public transport during  LEVEL 4

At Level 4, you should not travel unless your journey is absolutely essential. Essential travel includes healthcare workers getting to and from work and people needing to get to supermarkets or pharmacies. Your cooperation is crucial if New Zealand’s response to COVID-19 is to be effective.

From tomorrow (March 26), we will be running reduced services on buses to enable essential workers in our communities to continue to get where they need to go. Public transport services to hospitals will also continue.

Journeys will be free.

 

Please remember to enter and exit through the back door of buses where possible to avoid contact with drivers.

If you do have to travel, please stay at least two metres apart from others and be sure to follow the expert advice on hand washing and other precautions.

We’ll continue to update you with any developments. In the meantime, please stay safe and travel only if it is absolutely essential.

Affected Routes:
Now until Tue 21 Apr 11:55 PM