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    Measures are being put in place to prepare Auckland's public transport network for March Madness

    Measures are being put in place to prepare Auckland's public transport network for March Madness


    Demand on the network is already higher than last year's peak - with 1.9 million boardings on buses, trains and ferries last week.

    It's expected to get busier as university students return to study.

    Auckland Transport Growth and Optimisation manager Richard Harrison says they've added more bus trips and bigger buses to popular routes.

    He says AT is confident there's enough capacity across the day to get people to where they need to be.

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