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CDC Victoria is a provider of essential commuter bus services in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. We are proud of our contribution to the community through our role in linking people, places and communities.

We aim to strengthen our relationship with metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria through the delivery of ongoing, sustainable and effective programs, initiatives and partnerships that will:

  • Contribute to the community (a collaborative approach to community development, strategic partnerships),
  • Promote our services as a transportation mode of choice,
  • Deliver service enhancements,
  • Improve customer satisfaction and safety for our patrons,
  • Promote good/model behaviours (including addressing anti-social behaviour).

CDC Victoria is interested in forming partnerships with likeminded organisations in order to engage with the communities that we serve, in a mutually beneficial way to both organisations.

 

Community Initiatives

Victoria Maori Wardens standing infront of CDC Melbourne bus

Victorian Maori Wardens Inc. Program

The Vic wardens have been patrolling our buses since May 2014 in a bid to engage with youth that might be at risk of anti-social behaviour. This initiative is well received among our staff and passengers who feel safer with the wardens on board. See more...

www.facebook.com/victoria.maoriwardens

School Champions infront of Etihad Stadium

School Champions Day Out

As part of CDC’s value-added services, we provide a complimentary excursion to school captains or potential leaders from 30 schools in the West to reward and further empower them to become respected leaders. As part of this, Western Bulldogs AFL player Jordan Roughhead met and talked to these lucky students. Students also get to visit a sporting venue of interest such as Tennis World. See more...

http://www.westernbulldogs.com.au/foundation/youth-leadership

anti-graffiti-workshop

Anti-Graffiti Workshop

CDC incurs damages of over $500,000 caused by vandalism to our buses each year. Instead of ignoring the issue, we choose to engage the youth with hands-on workshops tailored to teach the youth good model behaviour while empowering them to react more assertively and be in a position to influence others. See more...

promo-bus

CDC Victoria Promo Bus

A repurposed, revamped old bus that now serves as a tool for our partners and stakeholders to utilise. The promo bus is an important part of CDC’s engagement because of its historical background and current fit out. The bus is wifi-enabled, has LED lighting, a sound and video systems with a TV and is fitted with in on-board computer and wireless keyboard. See more...

In order to discuss a potential community engagement partnership contact:

Michelle Ho
Manager - Community Engagement
Tel: (03) 9392 9900 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.