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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Aucklanders train services will continue to be amiss, as industrial action reaches its second week

    Aucklanders train services will continue to be amiss, as industrial action reaches its second week


    The city's rail operator Auckland One Rail is currently in facilitated mediation with the Rail and Maritime Union.

    Auckland Transport says cancellations can be expected, and customers should check Live Departures on the AT Mobile app before travelling.

    Public Transport Users Association Chair Jon Reeves says an agreement has to be reached.

    He says Auckland train passengers are paying the price, the longer the talks continue.

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