Trial Bus Service

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Horowhenua District Mayor, Michael Feyen

‘Hop on the new bus between Waikanae and Levin’

The Mayor of Horowhenua, Michael Feyen, says local people in Horowhenua and Kapiti need to use the new twice-weekly bus service between Levin and Waikanae if it’s to keep going.

The new service starts next Tuesday, 7 March.

However, it is for a trial period only, he says, ‘so we need people to use it and prove its need.’

Operating every Tuesday and Thursday, the service is a joint venture between Horizons Regional Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council, and will be operated by Uzabus.

Very reasonable fares and free for young and old

The Mayor says: “We at Horowhenua District Council greatly support the initiative as it provides a convenient public transport option between Horowhenua and Kapiti, also offering access with the train service to and from Wellington.”

A one-way cash fare is just $6 between Levin or Manakau and Waikanae. Travel is free for children under-five and SuperGold Card holders.

Timetables are available from Council’s Levin office or Te Takere, or on the Bus Timetables page of Horizons’ website