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Wellington has a well developed public transport system, the most used in New Zealand. It consists of buses, commuter trains, ferries and a funicular (the Wellington Cable Car). One of the best features of Wellington is its compact size. In half an hour, you can walk from the Railway Station, past the Parliament Buildings, along Lambton Quay, past Cuba Street to Courtenay Place near Te Papa. Collect a map from the Wellington i-SITE Visitor Centre and explore downtown Wellington for fashion, food, arts and all the main attractions. Or take a guided tour with Walk Wellington. Discover the history, the people and the places of Wellington with knowledgeable guides who know the capital’s hidden secrets. Go Wellington’s Flyer is an express bus service that travels between the airport, Wellington city, Queensgate, Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt. The Flyer only stops at the main stops, which makes travel faster and easier. Go Wellington is the main public bus operator in Wellington city, running regular scheduled services between the city centre and suburbs. Buses operate every day from 7 am to 11 pm on most routes. Individual tickets may be purchased from the bus driver, and discounted ten-trip tickets are also available.