Bus Alerts


All services will operate under Covid-19 Alert level 2 restrictions.

Key information -

  • Please scan the QR Code using the NZ Covid Tracer App on every bus you take. 
  • Face coverings are mandatory on all of our services, as per Ministry of Health guidance. For more information, please see the MoH Website
  • If you can, please use a registered Bee Card to pay for your fare, and top up your card online
  • If you pay with cash, we recommend paying with an exact fare where possible to limit contact with our drivers
  • Practice good hygiene and stay home if you are unwell.

Level 2 Operating Restrictions
  • All services operate to the normal timetable
  • Physical distancing requirments are not in place, however standing is not permitted. We ask that if the bus can no longer carry passengers, then please wait for the next bus
  • If you can travel outside of peak times, then please do
Please be kind, and be patient. We appreciate your understanding. 

Kia Kaha.

Massey Staff & Students

From 19 April - All Massey University staff & students will be required to have a registered Bee Card in order access their Massey concessions and get free travel on the buses.  If you do not have a Bee Card yet, please see the below instructions.

Step 1: Get a Bee Card from Campus Operations
Step 2: Register an account on beecard.co.nz and register your Bee Card to your account
Step 3: Register for your Massey concession through the student portal
Step 4: Wait 1-2 business days, then check your concession has been loaded by signing into your account on beecard.co.nz BEFORE you take the bus. If you ride the bus before your concession has been loaded, it will charge you the adult fare for your trip, which is non-refundable.
Step 5: When your see Massey Student/Staff HRC under concession in your Bee Card account, then you're all set to ride the buses. If you have gone through these steps in order but you don't see your concession, get in contact with us on freephone 0508 800 800.


Better Buses for Palmy

Currently, we are reviewing the Palmerston North buses, and are out for public consultation on our proposed options which be the development principles for the future bus network in Palmerston North. Consultation is open until 17 September at 5:00pm. To look at our options, and to have your say, visit betterbuses.horizons.govt.nz/