Passenger numbers show Ōtāhuhu Station’s success

Publish Date : 31 Jan 2017
Passenger numbers show Ōtāhuhu Station’s success

The new Ōtāhuhu Station opened late last year, and has already proved its worth, with the number of passengers boarding at Ōtāhuhu doubling in the first month of operation.

The station plays a key part in south Auckland’s New Network, which has increased services on frequent routes so that there are buses running at least every 15 minutes, 7am to 7pm, seven days a week.

Councillors pleased with station's success

Manukau Ward councillors Fa'anana Efeso Collins and Alf Filipaina are pleased with the success of the New Network and Ōtāhuhu Station.

“The improved public transport network for south Auckland means that passengers can get where they need to go easily,” says Cr Collins.

Councillor Filipaina says, “Ōtāhuhu Station is at the heart of this transformation, and the benefits for south Auckland’s communities and economy will be ongoing.”

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The new Ōtāhuhu Station officially opened in October 2016.

It was a $28 million project funded by Auckland Council and the NZ Transport Agency.

Find out more about Ōtāhuhu Station

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