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Read the full Travelwise Choices newsletter here.  Details of the Bike Challenge - taking in place in February, updates on new shared paths under construction and much more.  Click below to read it in full.  Wynyard Quarter is set to have its' very own leader board - keep an eye here for details coming soon.  


From Sunday 9 February, some AT Metro bus and train fares will be increasing between 3 and 10 cents. Individual ferry AT HOP fares will increase between 5 and 10 cents.  There are no changes to cash fares. To view all the details and a complete list of new fares click here

For the thoughts of Greater Auckland blog site click here


Greater Auckland takes a closer look at the Better Travel Choices plan for Auckland.  This is one of the actions that has come out of the NZTA report  - Keeping Cities Moving.  Auckland's plan is called Better Travel Choices and has been produced by various transport agencies working together.  The aim is to create a more accessible, healthy, safe and sustainable Auckland by reducing the reliance on private vehicles.


Latest bulletin from Living streets includes articles on Sydney E-Scooter trial axed before it was rolled out, Government to bring in speed limit cuts around every school in NZ, Singapore made new rules for E-Scooter on footpaths then banned then completely, plus highlights from the Walk21 conference in Rotterdam.  Click below to read in full.  


All NZ Bus operated services will resume normal service Friday 13 December.

Auckland Transport has received official confirmation from First Union and Tramways Union that all industrial action has been withdrawn.  Auckland Transport expressed its thanks to all customers for being extremely patient during the disruption.


Panuku were invited by the National Association of City Transportation Officials (a group of transport officials from the US), to take part in a global webinar with a case study featuring street design in Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter.  They put together a  video talking about this 30 year regeneration – making the waterfront a place for people.  Watch the video in the link below


Auckland Transport  announced it is disappointed over the continuing industrial action between First Union and Tramways Union and Auckland bus operator NZ Bus, which has seen NZ Bus services cancelled.  AT has replaced bus services on some of the routes, such as the hospital run and on Dominion and Sandringham Roads. AT does not employ the drivers or own the buses.  More information please see below.  


Auckland Transport is making travel on buses, trains and some ferries free Friday 20 December from 4pm.  Auckland Transport wants to make sure everyone gets home safely. According to Police the Friday before Christmas is one of the worst days of the year for drink-driving.  This is one initiative to reduce drink-driving.  This offer will enable anyone in Auckland to get travel out or get home for free.


Metro have just awarded the Top Cafe 2019/20 Supreme Winner prize to Williams Eatery, Daldy Street.  They won best service, best menu dish as well as best coffee.  Check out all the winners from Metro in the link below and be sure to book a table at Williams Eatery soon! 

Photo and article reproduced from Metro


Auckland Transport has been advised that from Saturday 7 December bus services operated by NZ Bus will not operate until further notice due to industrial action.  This affects many services including City Link, Inner Link and 75 services.  For full details click below.  Bus services run by other operators are not affected and train and ferry services will run as normal

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