Auckland 交通局からのお知らせ

 4月に、New Zealand の Auckland
交通局から mail が送られてきました。
 以前、Auckland の Britomart 駅で、
free Wifi を利用するために、自分の
mail address を登録していたので、
(登録者全員に)交通機関の状況を
知らせる mail でした。

 Corona Virus の Alert Level が
(Level 4 から)Level 3 に引き下げ
られたことで、道路を走る貨物車両や
工事車両が増えるので、Bus, Ferry,
Train を利用する際に気を付けるように
書いてあり、なかなか『行き届いた
お知らせ』だと思います。


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図1 Britomart 駅

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図2 22APR2020 の受信 mail
(Using public transport during Alert Level 3)

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図3 27APR2020 の受信 mail
(Reminder - using public transport during Alert Level 3)

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図4 Auckland の鉄道

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図5 Auckland の Ferry

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図6 Auckland の Bus

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図7 利用できる(営業中の)Customer Service Centres

(ここから、22APR2020 の受信 mail の内容)
> Kia ora,
> The Government has announced that New Zealand will be moving to Alert Level
> 3 on Tuesday 28 April. While some restrictions will be relaxed, many lockdown
> conditions remain in place. You should only travel or use public transport when
> your journey is absolutely essential.
>
> While wearing of masks is not needed on public transport, we suggest that
> customers consider using them as an added precaution against the spread of
> COVID-19.
>
> Under Alert Level 3, journeys on public transport will continue to be free, but
> you’ll still need to use a HOP card to tag on and off - this allows us to monitor
> demand and make adjustments to services if required. To make contact tracing
> easy if needed, we recommend you register your HOP card by visiting our
> website.
>
> Trains and ferries will run to a reduced timetable. Buses will run to a near-normal
> timetable to provide enough capacity to allow two-metre physical distancing.
>
> Plan ahead
>
> If you do have to travel, visit our website and use the Journey Planner. For bus
> and train service updates in real-time, you can use the AT Mobile app.
>
> The AT Mobile app now has a feature that indicates how many people are on a
> bus or train service at any given time. This lets you know if two-metre distancing
> is achievable before you board.
>
> School buses
>
> All Auckland Transport school buses will begin operating again from Wednesday
> 29 April. Buses will, however, have reduced capacity due to the need for physical
> distancing on board so we recommend that parents wait with their child(ren) at
> the bus stop until they can see if the bus has enough room on board for their
> child(ren).
>
> What to do when you travel on buses:
> Cash purchases will not be accepted on board
> during Alert Level 3. You must use a HOP
> card.
> You must use the rear door to get on and off
> buses.
> Tag on and off using the HOP card reader
> inside the rear door.
> If you use a wheelchair or mobility device or require driver assistance, you can
> still get on and off using the front door.
> Customers will not be able to use the first row of seats behind the bus driver.
> Please observe the signs on board which indicate two-metre distancing.
> Once a bus is at capacity, drivers will only drop customers off.
>
> Cleaning of public transport
>
> The safety of our workers and customers is a priority, so we’re making sure all
> public transport is cleaned regularly. We’ve also stepped up our regime to include
> antimicrobial cleaning. You’ll find hand sanitiser stations at many locations, and
> we encourage you to use them.
>
> Customer service centres
>
> Some of our customer service centres will stay closed for now. Please use self-
> service options such as ordering an AT HOP card online. Our call centres are still
> open, however, and you’re welcome to phone us on 09 366 6400.
>
> If you’re unable to access self-service options, the following customer service
> centres will be open but will have reduced staff numbers (see our website for
> opening hours):
>
> Britomart
> Manukau Bus Station
> New Lynn
> Panmure
> Smales Farm
> Newmarket
>
> On behalf of AT and all our hard-working staff, thank you for your patience and
> understanding.
>
> We continue to support Government advice. The best place to find the latest
> information about the COVID-19 situation in New Zealand is on the Government’s
> special COVID-19 website.
>
> One final thing
>
> Auckland has been quieter during the lockdown, but under Alert Level 3 many
> freight and construction vehicles will be returning to our roads, so be aware of
> other road users while you get to and from your bus, ferry or train.
>

(ここまで、22APR2020 の受信 mail の内容)

(ここから、27APR2020 の受信 mail の内容)
> Kia ora,
> Here’s what you need to know when considering taking public transport during
> Alert Level 3. We recommend you view this short how-to video, so you are well
> informed.
>
> Is your journey essential?
>
> Please follow Alert Level 3 guidance and only use public transport when essential.
> More information is available on the COVID-19 section on our website.
>
> Make sure you plan ahead
> Trains and ferries will run to a reduced
> timetable. Buses will run to a near-normal
> timetable to provide enough capacity to allow
> two-metre physical distancing.
>
> We recommend you plan ahead using
> Journey Planner or our AT Mobile app. We
> have enhanced AT Mobile to show you how many people are on a bus or train
> service at any given time. This lets you know if two-metre distancing is
> achievable before you board.
>
> Under Alert Level 3, journeys on public transport are free, however, you still need
> to use an AT HOP card to tag on and off - this allows us to monitor demand and
> adjust services if required. To make contact tracing easy if needed, we also
> recommend you register your AT HOP card by visiting our website.
>
> What to do when you travel on buses?
> Cash purchases will not be accepted on board during Alert Level 3. You must
> use an AT HOP card.
> You must use the rear door to get on and off buses.
> Tag on and off using the AT HOP card reader inside the rear door.
> If you use a wheelchair or mobility device or require driver assistance, you can
> still get on and off using the front door.
> Customers will not be able to use the first row of seats behind the bus driver.
> Please observe the signs on board which indicate two-metre distancing.
> Once a bus is at capacity, drivers will only drop customers off.
>
> School buses will begin operating again from Wednesday 29 April. We
> recommend that parents wait with their child(ren) at the bus stop until they can
> see if the bus has enough room on board for their child(ren).
>
> If you need more help
> If you’re unable to access self-service options, some customer service centres
> will be open during Alert Level 3. Please visit our website to find out more
> information.
>
> Cleaning of public transport
> The safety of our workers and customers is a priority, so we’re making sure all
> public transport is cleaned regularly. We’ve also stepped up our regime to include
> antimicrobial cleaning. You’ll find hand sanitiser stations at many locations, and
> we encourage you to use them.
>
> Auckland has been quieter during the lockdown, but under Alert Level 3 many
> freight and construction vehicles will be returning to our roads, so be aware of
> other road users while you get to and from your bus, ferry, or train.
>

(ここまで、27APR2020 の受信 mail の内容)

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