A new text service will make it easier to report incidents of violence and antisocial behaviour on buses and trains.
Mayor Phil Goff said a number of recent incidents have prompted Auckland Transport to launch the service in collaboration with Crime Stoppers NZ.
Passengers who witness an incident of anti-social behaviour, tagging, crime or fare evasion can text details of the incident to 4030.
AT will then look into the issue and may deploy staff to investigate further.
Have you witnessed violence/antisocial behaviour on public transport?
If so, please share your experience!
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To all the owners of the cars left on Kohimarama road last night... really???!!!!
How many messages do we need to receive, NOT to park there while they're moving the new classroom to the school as to NOT create a problem for the poor hard working men doing their job.
The patience and skill shown early hrs this morning while they lifted the building over these vehicles whilst trying to dodge the powerlines was SO masterful, I commend them!!
Please note: the photos are to show the amazing skills. Not the cars. Thanks
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