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Due to road works at Werribee St and Cottrell St, the railway crossing at Werribee St will be closed effective 25th June, 9:00pm to 26th June 9:00am. The following detours will be in place and will affect Route 153 & 441.

Route 153: The last bus (9:03 pm on 25th June) from Werribee to Williams Landing will be affected. The bus will travel from Werribee station to Synnott St via Cherry St skipping the Cottrell St and Synnott St (West) then going to Hoppers Crossing Station via Princess Hwy as normal and then to Williams Landing Station via Old Geelong Road. The following bus stops will therefore not be serviced on Cottrell St and Synnott St (West). (Missed Bus stop Id 40313, 50046, 20196, 5194, 5184,5209,50045,7196,22572,7183).

Route 441: The first bus (8:22 am on 26th June) from Werribee to Werribee via Westleigh Drive will be affected and the bus will have to go down Cherry St and Synnott St both ways to go to old Geelong Road skipping Cottrell St. The following bus stops on Cottrell St will therefore not be serviced. (Bus Stop Id 40313, 5209).

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Photo courtesy of The Courier

Come have your say at the Ballarat Bus Network review consultation sessions.

Tuesday 14 June 2016
Caro Convention Centre
Mt Helen Campus, Federation University
University Drive
11am-1pm and 4pm-6pm

Wednesday 15 June 2016
Ballarat Mechanics’ Institute
117 Sturt St, Ballarat
11am-1pm and 6pm-8pm

There  will also be an online survey on the PTV website from 14- 28 June 2016.

Check out the article in the Courier regarding the consultation sessions here: 

http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/3953519/feedback-for-bus-network/

Those unable to attend can provide feedback at the ptv.vic.gov.au/getinvolved website.

Effective Tuesday, 3rd May to Monday, 31st May 2016

Please be aware that due to road works being carried out along Alexandra Avenue, the following changes will take place and may cause disruptions along the 605 Route.

  • Bus Stop ID 20715 located between Church Street and Como Park along Alexandra Avenue will not be in service until completion of road works.
  • Reduced speed limits along Alexandra Avenue to 40km/h.

Please plan you trip in accordance with the above disruptions and information.

Service improvements from 21 June 2015

On Sunday, 21 June 2015 changes will be introduced to the public transport network for the Geelong, Wyndham and Ballarat regions. These network changes are an important step towards delivering better train and bus services for customers.

These exciting network changes are part of the $3.9 billion Regional Rail Link project that will see Geelong trains operate for the first time on dedicated tracks from West Werribee Junction to Southern Cross Station. Two new V/Line stations at Wyndham Vale and Tarneit will open to meet the growing needs of this expanding area.

Following extensive community consultation we have re-designed bus networks in Geelong, the Bellarine Peninsula and Wyndham to better connect with trains and provide more frequent services to get you to your destination.

For information on improvements to rail services, please visit the PTV website.

Service improvements from 21 June 2015

On Sunday, 21 June 2015 changes will be introduced to the public transport network for the Geelong, Wyndham and Ballarat regions. These network changes are an important step towards delivering better train and bus services for customers.

These exciting network changes are part of the $3.9 billion Regional Rail Link project that will see Geelong trains operate for the first time on dedicated tracks from West Werribee Junction to Southern Cross Station. Two new V/Line stations at Wyndham Vale and Tarneit will open to meet the growing needs of this expanding area.

Following extensive community consultation we have re-designed bus networks in Geelong, the Bellarine Peninsula and Wyndham to better connect with trains and provide more frequent services to get you to your destination.

Service improvements from 21 June 2015

On Sunday, 21 June 2015 changes will be introduced to the public transport network for the Geelong, Wyndham and Ballarat regions. These network changes are an important step towards delivering better train and bus services for customers.

These exciting network changes are part of the $3.9 billion Regional Rail Link project that will see Geelong trains operate for the first time on dedicated tracks from West Werribee Junction to Southern Cross Station. Two new V/Line stations at Wyndham Vale and Tarneit will open to meet the growing needs of this expanding area.

Following extensive community consultation we have re-designed bus networks in Geelong, the Bellarine Peninsula and Wyndham to better connect with trains and provide more frequent services to get you to your destination.

For information on improvements to rail services, please visit the PTV website.