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Transdev Melbourne

12 November 2019

Transdev Melbourne operates a fleet of over 500 buses on 45 bus routes across Melbourne, as well seven SmartBus routes. It commenced operations in August 2013, taking over all Melbourne Bus Link and National Bus Company routes.

V/Line rail replacement buses

11 November 2019

V/Line has a habit of stuffing things up and needing to call in the buses to get commuters home. (They have an even worse habit of cancelling trains to free up drivers to run football specials, putting the commuters onto buses)

CDC Melbourne

11 November 2019

CDC Melbourne is the brand name for buses operated by CDC Victoria out of their Oakleigh, Sunshine, Truganina and Tullamarine depots.

City Sightseeing Melbourne

11 November 2019

City Sightseeing Melbourne commenced running a hop-on hop off tourist bus service around the Melbourne CBD in 2013

Sita Buslines

10 November 2019

Sita Buslines operates 19 bus routes in Melbourne's west

Melbourne rail replacement buses

10 November 2019

When the *%@! hits the fan on Melbourne's rail network, buses have to be called in to operate a replacement service for passengers.

Bus stops and infrastructure in Victoria

9 November 2019

All kinds of bus infrastructure - bus stops and interchanges

SkyBus Melbourne

4 November 2019

SkyBus forms the main public transport link between Southern Cross Station and Melbourne Airport. Unlike the other form of public transport in Melbourne it also operates without any government subsidies.

Dysons Bus Services

1 November 2019

Dysons Bus Services operates 31 bus routes in Melbourne northern suburbs.

Bus depots of Melbourne

29 October 2019

A look at bus depots from Melbourne and beyond

Metro Tunnel rail replacement buses - Northern group

16 October 2019

Works on the Metro Tunnel portal at South Kensington and turnback platform at West Footscray have required Metro Trains services on the Sunbury and Werribee lines to be replaced by buses between North Melbourne, Sunshine and Newport, as well as V/Line services to Geelong, Ballarat and Bendigo.

Metro Tunnel tram replacement buses

14 October 2019

Works on the Metro Tunnel at Anzac station have required Yarra Trams services on St Kilda Road to be replaced by buses, while the tram tracks are slewed around the work site.

Route 109 'City Express' bus

14 October 2019

During cruise ship season a route 109 'City Express' bus operates between Station Pier and the Melbourne CBD, reducing the load placed on the normal route 109 tram services to Port Melbourne.

Sunbury Bus Service

12 October 2019

Sunbury Bus Service operates bus services in the Melbourne satellite town of Sunbury

Yarra Trams tram replacement buses

11 October 2019

When tracks replacing, or trams get blocked by road accidents, Yarra Trams has to call in the replacement buses

SmartBus PIDS

30 September 2019

Bus stops on SmartBus routes in Melbourne are provided with real time bus arrival information screens.

Ventura Bus Lines

8 September 2019

Ventura Bus Lines operates all over Melbourne's north, east and south-east, with a fleet of over 800 buses operating 140+ routes out of 12 depots.

Chadstone tourist shuttle bus

6 September 2019

Chadstone Shopping Centre operates a free tourist shuttle bus from Federation Square, making it easy for cashed up visitors to empty their wallets, while avoiding the need to understand the mess of connecting buses operated by PTV.

Moonee Valley Coaches

17 August 2019

Moonee Valley Coaches operates two bus routes in Melbourne's inner northern suburbs

Kastoria Bus Lines

17 August 2019

Kastoria Bus Lines operates bus services in Melbourne's north-west and western suburbs

Tullamarine Bus Lines

17 August 2019

Tullamarine Bus Lines operates buses in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. It was acquired by CDC Victoria in May 2018.

Panorama Coaches

20 April 2019

Panorama Coaches operates four bus routes in Diamond Creek and Eltham.

Avass electric bus

13 September 2018

Avass is a company based out of Avalon Airport that manufactures electric buses.

Ryans Bus Service

7 September 2018

Ryans Bus Service operates three bus routes in Melbourne's north-western suburbs

Cranbourne Transit

14 July 2018

Cranbourne Transit operates bus services in Melbourne;'s outer south-eastern suburbs

East West Bus Company

2 May 2018

East West Bus Company is a joint venture between Dyson Group and Reservoir Bus Company that operates three bus routes in Melbourne's north-east.

Night Network Melbourne

5 February 2018

'Night Network' is the brand name for all night trains and trams across Melbourne on Friday and Saturday nights, as well as a revamped Nightrider bus service.

Transdev Melbourne leased buses

4 December 2017

In mid September 2017 Transport Safety Victoria and VicRoads completed an audit of the Transdev Melbourne fleet of buses. Initially 33 buses at two depots were removed from service due to defects, with 100+ buses eventually being taken off the road once all depots had been visited. Buses from Dysons Group and Sita Buslines were 'wet leased' to fill the gaps, with Transdev drivers directing drivers on the 'foreign' routes. 'Dry leasing' soon followed, with Transdev drivers in charge of the foreign buses, with Kastoria and Mitchell Transit also supplying vehicles.

Melbourne Visitor Shuttle

3 May 2017

The Melbourne Visitor Shuttle was a tourist-oriented bus service operated by Driver Bus Lines on behalf of the City of Melbourne from March 2006 until August 2017. Originally free and known as the 'Melbourne City Tourist Shuttle', it was renamed 'Melbourne Visitor Shuttle' in 2013, with fares introduced in October 2013

PTV Night Network launch

30 October 2015

On October 30, 2015 the politicians visited Federation Square to launch PTV's new 'Night Network' - all night trains and trams, as well as a rejigged Nightrider bus service.

2015 Melbourne rail and tram industrial action

10 September 2015

In 2015 the Rail, Tram and Bus Union has launched industrial action against both Metro Trains and Yarra Trams, following the breakdown in negotiations around their new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement.

Westrans

30 September 2014

Westrans was a brand used by Kefford Corporation for bus routes in the western suburbs of Melbourne, based out of their Sunshine, Altona and Werribee depots. In October 2014 it was rebranded as CDC Melbourne.

Route 82 tram replacement buses

29 January 2014

During hot weather trams on route 82 between Moonee Ponds and Footscray are replaced by buses, freeing up the non-air conditioned Z3 class trams to fill in for failed air conditioned trams elsewhere on the Yarra Trams network.

National Bus Company

29 August 2013

Between 1993 and 2013 National Bus Company operated buses on the former Public Transport Corporation network based out of depots located at Doncaster and North Fitzroy.

Broadmeadows Bus Service

24 August 2013

Broadmeadows Bus Service operates buses in Melbourne's northern suburbs

Melbourne Bus Link

25 April 2013

Melbourne Bus Link operated nine bus routes in Melbourne's inner west and south-east between 1998 and 2013, that were once part of the government operated Met Bus.

Hope Street Bus Line

29 September 2012

Until September 2012 route 509 in Brunswick was operated by Hope Street Bus Line

Grenda's Bus Services

9 June 2012

Grenda's Bus Services once operated 23 bus routes around Melbourne, until acquired by Ventura Bus Lines in 2011.

Driver Bus Lines

9 June 2012

Driver Bus Lines once operated five bus routes in Melbourne's east, until they were sold to CDC Melbourne in July 2013.

Reservoir Bus Company

23 November 2011

Reservoir Bus Company once operated buses in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, until acquired by Dyson Group in December 2012.

McKenzie's Tourist Services

17 July 2010

McKenzie's Tourist Services operates buses in Melbourne's outer east

Regional Rail Link rail replacement buses

For two weeks in July 2011 the railway between Footscray and Sunshine will be closed to allow the first stage of Regional Rail Link works to proceed. Metro's Sydenham line service will be replaced by a bus service between Albion Station and Flemington Racecourse - by the looks of the bus interchanges, this will not be the only series of disruptions.

Airport buses of Victoria

Several airport bus services connect the suburbs and regional centres to both Melbourne and Avalon Airports.

Blackburn rail replacement buses

Buses replaced Belgrave and Lilydale line trains throughout 2016 and 2017, to allow work to be completed on the Blackburn Road level crossing removal project. Trains terminated at Blackburn platform 2, with a temporary bridge delivering passengers to the replacement buses.

Essendon rail replacement buses

Buses replaced Craigieburn line trains throughout 2018, to allow work to be completed on the Buckley Street level crossing removal project. Trains terminated at Essendon station, connecting with buses towards the city.

Burnley resignalling rail replacement buses

During 2017 buses replaced Burnley Group trains between Parliament and Camberwell, and Richmond and Darling stations due to signalling works at Burnley, as part of the Richmond to Camberwell Signalling Upgrade Project.

Sunbury line disruption, June 2019

Following a fatality on the Sunbury line at Ginifer on the evening of 5 June 2019, train services were replaced by buses beyond Sunshine.

Furlong Main rail replacement buses

Buses replaced Sunbury line trains from 2015 to 2017 to allow work to be completed on the Furlong Main level crossing removal project, with trains terminating at Sunshine.

Metro Tunnel rail replacement buses - Caulfield group

Works on the Metro Tunnel portal at South Yarra have required Metro Trains services on the Pakenham, Cranbourne, Frankston and Sandringham lines to be replaced by buses between Parliament, Caulfield and Elsternwick, as well as V/Line services to Gippsland.

High Capacity Corridor Upgrade rail replacement buses

The High Capacity Corridor Upgrade project is upgrading the Cranbourne and Pakenham lines to support the new High Capacity Metro Train (HCMT) fleet. As a result Metro Trains and V/Line rail services have needed to be replaced by buses.