Aucklanders commuting to the city from Onehunga by train were upset at the lack of consultation and warning before the rug was pulled out from under them and the service was truncated, Newsroom reports. The Public Transport Users Association reported 86% of respondents opposed the service stopping in Newmarket, while 95% felt they had not been properly consulted by Auckland Transport or forewarned this would be a permanent change. “I am now taking my own car to and from the city,” one person said. “It makes me and others less likely to use public transport.”