Central City Bus Hub - General Information

Where is the bus hub?
The bus hub is on Great King Street between Moray Place and St Andrew Street.

Bus Hub indicated in red.

Who is the successful tenderer?
Fulton Hogan will be completing the construction of the Bus Hub.

What will be at the hub?
There will be ten bus bays at the hub, with additional amenities including shelters, toilets, a café/kiosk and electronic signage with information about the service

Will there be access to the shops in this area?
Construction will be completed on one half of the area at a time, leaving one side of the street open to traffic both vehicles and foot traffic. Signs will be erected to advise the shops are still open and accessible.

How will the construction of the bus hub affect catching my bus?
During the construction period there will be no change to routes and timing. Once construction has completed a new timetable will be issued to reflect any minor changes that may occur.

I want to visit one of the retailers on the site, is there access?
We have worked very closely with retailers in the area to ensure access is provided to their premises throughout the construction process. Construction will be completed in stages, leaving one side of the street open for foot traffic and vehicles. There will also be pedestrian access from one side of the road to the other at all times.

Is there traffic access?
From Tuesday 15th of January the northern end of the bus hub site on Great King Street, between Moray Place and St Andrew Street, is closed to traffic in both directions. Once the northern end of the construction is complete the area will be re-opened and construction will move to the southern end of the site. Access will still be available to both Countdown and Wilson’s carparks throughout the process, via Great King Street and Moray Place respectively.

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