Bus Drivers’ Meetings Not Expected To Disrupt Services –


There is not expected to any major disruption to
Dunedin’s bus network during tomorrow’s two-hour
drivers’ meetings, but passengers are asked to check
timetables online.

ORC’s Manager Transport Lorraine
Cheyne says having spoken with bus route contractors Go Bus
and Ritchies, neither company are expecting major disruption
on the Dunedin or Queenstown networks on Thursday, with
additional drivers on standby to cover any affected

The drivers’ meetings are scheduled to start
at 11am – 1pm, with a second meeting between 7pm –

Ms Cheyne says passengers should keep an eye on
the Orbus website and Transit app for service

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