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COVID-19 Update: Traffic Congestion Near COVID Testing Sites

Press Release – Auckland Transport

A number of COVID-19 testing sites are operating today, including new pop-up centres. There is traffic congestion around some of these sites and we would ask motorists to avoid them unless they are going for a test. Some buses services have had to be … Read more »

Do You Need To Take The Bus During Alert Level 2?

Press Release – Environment Canterbury

Environment Canterbury is reminding people that while Canterbury is at Alert Level 2, capacity will be very constrained on the urban public transport network, and at times there will not be enough space for everyone. Where people have a choice, … Read more »

Waka Kotahi Adjusts To COVID-19 Alert Levels

Press Release – NZ Transport Agency

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency confirms that its construction projects in the Auckland region are operating under COVID-19 Alert Level 3 protocols from Midday Wednesday. The sites are working under the same strict health and safety protocols that applied … Read more »

Update On Culvert Collapse SH88, Port Chalmers Highway Dunedin – Several Weeks Work Ahead

Press Release – NZ Transport Agency

Good progress has been made in recent days on the culvert collapse on a key highway connecting Dunedin with Port Chalmers which occurred at the end of last week, says Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency. However Waka Kotahi Senior Network Manager Chris Read more »

Covid Level Moves Create Supply Chain Issues

Press Release – Road Transport Forum

As Auckland heads into a new Level 3 in response to community transfer of Covid-19, a lot of questions remain unanswered for the business community, Road Transport Forum (RTF) chief executive Nick Leggett says. “People are flooding to supermarkets … Read more »

KiwiRail Continues To Provide Essential Services

Press Release – KiwiRail

KiwiRail has moved quickly to respond to the return to a Level 3 lockdown in Auckland, and Level 2 in the rest of New Zealand, making a number of changes to continue delivering essential services for New Zealand. “We were prepared for this possibility,” … Read more »

Air New Zealand Outlines What To Expect While Travelling During Changed Alert Levels

Press Release – Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand has outlined the changes customers can expect to see while travelling during changed alert levels. The announcement follows the Prime Ministers announcement last night that the Auckland Region will enter COVID-19 Alert Level 3 from 12.00pm … Read more »

Auckland Transport

Press Release – Auckland Transport

The Government has announced that Auckland will be moving back to Alert Level 3 at 12:00pm on 12 August for three days, after which it will review its decision and next steps. While at Alert Level 3, travel is allowed for the following essential … Read more »

Auckland Airport Expects Busy Day At The Domestic Terminal And Offers Advice To Travellers

Press Release – Auckland Airport

Travellers are asked to prepare ahead of coming to Auckland Airport today, with more than 13,000 people expected to pass through the domestic terminal doors following the decision to move the Auckland region to Alert Level 3. We are asking that only … Read more »

Alert Level 3 – what this means for public transport users

Press Release – Auckland Transport

The Government has announced that Auckland will be moving back to Alert Level 3 at midday today for three days. Heres what you need to know when considering taking public transport during Alert Level 3. Read more »

Public Transport At Alert Level 2

Press Release – Environment Canterbury

Canterbury moves back to Alert Level 2 from midday today, Wednesday 12 August. Heres what you need to know when using public transport. Capacity restrictions under Alert Level 2 Regular timetables remain in place, however, Stewart Gibbon, Environment … Read more »

Air New Zealand Update On Changes To Alert Levels

Press Release – Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand has been reviewing its services following the Prime Ministers announcement last night that the Auckland Region will enter COVID-19 Alert Level 3 from 12.00pm Wednesday August 12, for a period of at least three days, while the … Read more »

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