What’s going on at Auckland’s constellation bus station?
A new pedestrian bridge will be lifted into place at the Constellation Bus Station on Auckland’s North Shore over Labour Weekend. The station is the busiest hub of all the stations along the Northern Busway, which is being extended from Constellation Drive to Albany as part of the Northern Corridor Improvements project.
What’s going on at Constellation Station?
Work is starting on a major upgrade to Constellation Station on Auckland’s North Shore which will see the bus station expanded and completely refitted over the next 15 months. The station is the busiest hub of all the stations along the Northern Busway.
Why is Constellation Station a major bus bottleneck?
It’s not a major surprise that Constellation Station has turned into a major bottleneck. Looking at the new network map, it is a key interchange point between busway buses and local services – meaning a large number of buses converge here: Yet there’s not a huge amount of space at Constellation Station for all of these buses.
Why is Constellation Station the smallest bus interchange in London?
Yet there’s not a huge amount of space at Constellation Station for all of these buses. Compared to the other busway stations that act as interchanges it’s the smallest, in most part because it’s missing an online Northbound platform, something that won’t be delivered until the busway is extended.