More buses for World Masters Games in Waikato

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An en­hanced bus ser­vice will sup­port the smooth run­ning of this week’s World Masters Games 2017 events be­ing held in the Waikato.

Cy­cling is be­ing held at the Avan­tidrome, be­tween Hamil­ton and Cam­bridge.

Row­ing is tak­ing place on Lake Kara­piro.

The Waikato Re­gional Coun­cil has worked with Waipa District Coun­cil and games or­gan­is­ers to en­hance ser­vices on the Cam­bridge route be­tween Mon­day and Fri­day this week.

The buses will run on an ex­tended route be­tween Cam­bridge and Kara­piro, with stops at Tama­here, the Avan­tidrome, Cam­bridge and Leam­ing­ton.

For de­tails of the ser­vices and the spe­cial timetable, visit busit. co. nz/ Ser­vice- up­dates­sum­mary/ World- Master­sGames- 2017

“This is a fan­tas­tic event for the Waikato and we’re very pleased to be pro­vid­ing trans­port sup­port to the cy­cling and row­ing events in our re­gion,” says Waikato Re­gional Coun­cil’s pub­lic trans­port op­er­a­tions man­ager, An­drew Wilson.

“The ser­vices are de­signed to pro­vide trans­port op­tions for both com­peti­tors and lo­cals want­ing to watch the events, as well as to re­duce traf­fic con­ges­tion. This ex­ten­sion to the sched­uled Cam­bridge bus ser­vice makes the track cy­cling and row­ing venues eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble from both Cam­bridge and Hamil­ton,” says Waipa District Coun­cil’s busi­ness de­vel­op­ment man­ager, Steve Tritt.

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