North of Armageddon

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Vehicle access is off Waterloo Quay, at the traffic lights opposite the entrance to CentrePort. For some major events, traffic restrictions may be put in place.

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Please check the relevant event page or our news section for up to date information. Please note once the Stadium car park is full, notices will be displayed on road signage and announced through our social channels. Vehicles seeking a park for the event will then be directed away from the Stadium. There is no rank for chartered or "ordered" taxi or shuttles.

Please note that there may be delays after the end of an event. No taxis or shuttles are permitted on the upper plaza for at least 30 minutes after the end of the event. Priority will be given to mobility-impaired passengers who have pre-booked taxis or shuttles.

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The 30 minute limit is subject to all Stadium shuttles having departed. Transport to Wellington Armageddon. Get on your bike Motorcycle and bike stands are available at no cost on the ground floor of the Stadium car park underneath the ramp. Travel by train Keep an eye out on the Metlink updates to see if any train lines are being replaced by buses over the long weekend. Find out more here. Board a bus The bus terminal is adjacent to the main walkway entry point near the Wellington Railway Station at the southern end of Thorndon Quay.

Rivera criticized the gas utility for poor communications and accused the company of "hiding from the problem.

Aerial footage of the area showed some homes that appeared to be torn apart by the blasts. Brenda Charest stood anxiously on her front porch while a crew checked her undamaged home before giving her the all-clear to return Friday. On Thursday, she had come home to a hissing sound in her basement and a strong odour of natural gas.

The company was sued in after a strip club was destroyed in a natural-gas explosion in Springfield, Mass. The club owner and the gas company eventually settled the case. This is a space where subscribers can engage with each other and Globe staff. Non-subscribers can read and sort comments but will not be able to engage with them in any way. Click here to subscribe.

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