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15 Aug 2022 3:48
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  •   Home > News > Motoring

    Disruptions to Dunedin and Queenstown's bus networks, as drivers are affected by Covid-19

    Disruptions to Dunedin and Queenstown's bus networks, as drivers are affected by Covid-19


    Otago Regional Council networks have seen a higher than usual number of routes cancelled due to the virus.

    Over the past two weeks, two per cent of bus services have been cancelled in Dunedin, while numbers are down 0.39 per cent in Queenstown.

    But the council's implementation lead Julian Phillips says in Dunedin they're still doing more than a thousand trips per day.

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