From June onwards travelling around Auckland will get easier when the AT Hop card, which allows cheaper and cashless travel on trains and ferries, merges with the current Hop card for buses. With more and more bus companies joining the AT Hop card right through to the end of the year, travelling will be seamless all around Auckland.One card will rule them all, trains, buses and ferries!
During these changes PeopleMax Communication Ambassadors will be helping Auckland Transport’s customers, by explaining how to use the card, how to top it up and where to exchange the Hop bus card for the AT Hop card.
When the Blues play the Rebels on the 11th of May and the Brumbies on the 25th of May Eden Park will once more become the mecca for lots of rugby fans. These fans will rely on the Auckland Transport system to get them to and from the stadium as smoothly and efficient as possible. Auckland Transport Ambassadors from PeopleMax will help the fans and the travelling public with catching buses and trains.
After the nerve wrecking Rugby World Cup Final between the mighty All Blacks and France in October 2011, which saw the kiwis take the desired trophy home again after their last win in 1987, the All Blacks will face the French team once more on 8th of June on home turf at Eden Park.
Thousands of people will be expected for the anticipated match and many fans will rely on the Auckland Transport system to make sure they get to and from the stadium as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Auckland Transport Ambassadors from PeopleMax will help the fans with catching the right buses and trains throughout the afternoon and evening.