Buses

Buses at Alert Level 2

  • Face coverings are now required on public transport
  • Continue to scan the QR code on each bus for each journey

We appreciate your understanding and co-operation as we move into Alert Level 2.

The four routes of the BusSmart service provide city-wide coverage (details below). Links to school bus routes are also available on this page.

The four main routes begin and end at BusSmart Central outside Reading Cinemas in Dee Street. All BusSmart buses have free Wi-Fi and an onboard information system.

Timetable: The BusSmart services leave BusSmart Central every 45 minutes from 6.45am to 6pm Mondays to Fridays, and from 10.30am to 3pm on Saturdays. There are no services on Sundays and public holidays. See the individual routes (links at left) for more details.

COVID-19 Information

To assist with contact tracing, if you haven’t already registered your Bee Card please visit beecard.co.nz to register.

NZTA Factsheet For Public Transport Users 17 March 2020

Key messages for Public Transport 17 March 2020

Track YOUR bus!

Just where is YOUR bus? How long will it take to get to YOUR stop? Now you can use your computer, smartphone or other devices to get information about when the next bus will arrive at your stop. The TrackaBus service uses Global Positioning System (GPS) hardware and wireless communications technology to track and report the real-time location of buses. The links:

WL – Waikiwi Link
WC – Windsor Comet
HS – Heidelberg Star
KC – Kew Connection

Print your own Bus Smart route maps

Windsor Comet map
Heidelberg Star map
Kew Connection map
Waikiwi Link map

Fares

A bus fare paid by cash is $3, with a bus fare paid by a Bee Card is $2. These fares apply for all BusSmart City Routes and BusSmart School Routes throughout each day (Monday to Saturday).

These fares are for all passengers: Adult, Child (5-15 years old) or Senior (60 years+) however under-5s are still free, as are SuperGold Card-holders (travelling between 8.55am and 2.55pm). Check the details on this flyer.

  • SuperGold card-holders receive FREE off-peak travel IF the holders also have a Supergold concession loaded to their Bee Card (the cards will be swiped but no fares will be deducted). Each passenger needs their own Bee Card to receive the Supergold Concession.
  • One free transfer between bus services within an hour of a successful Bee Card tag on and tag off.
  • Bee Cards are a one off payment of $5 so if you don’t already have one, see your BusSmart driver for a new Bee Card today.

School routes

Maps and details of the schools’ service are available in the following printable files:

Clarendon School Route
Clifton School Route
Hargest School Route (afternoons)
Newfield School Route
Waikiwi School Route
Windsor School Route

Bee Card

Find out more at www.BeeCard.co.nz   

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Heidelberg Star

Details for the Heidelberg Star route – and print your own map

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Kew Connection

Details for the Kew Connection – and print your own map

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Waikiwi Link

Details for the Waikiwi Link – and print your own map

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