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See the latest timetables on https://www.ptv.vic.gov.au/timetables

PUBLISHED ON 11/08/2018

CDC Victoria has received formal notification from Transport Workers Union (TWU) that the industrial action will continue this Thursday 16 August 2018 with a twenty-four-hour work stoppage.

This planned action will continue to create significant disruptions on all CDC Victoria services, including school bus services across Melbourne’s east and west, as well as Ballarat and Geelong. CDC Victoria operates 17 per cent of Victoria’s bus services with 25 route services in Ballarat and Geelong, and 49 route services in Melbourne.

Affected Routes:
Ballarat: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31
Geelong: 1, 10, 11, 12, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 43
Sunshine: 406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 418, 419, 421, 423, 424, 425, 461
Wyndham: 150, 151, 153, 160, 161, 166, 167, 170, 180, 181, 190, 191, 192, 411, 412, 414, 415, 417, 439, 441, 443, 494, 495, 496, 497, 498, 606
Oakleigh: 601, 605, 606, 612, 623, 624, 625, 626, 630, 900

* Rte 400 is not affected and will run to a Thursday timetable all day

Please note, Tullamarine Bus Lines services are unaffected by this.

“We are disappointed that despite good progress in mediation over the last three weeks, the TWU have walked away from constructive discussions in favour of industrial action that is designed to significantly disrupt the public and school children who rely on school services to get them to and from school,” said CEO of CDC Victoria, Nicholas Yap.

Parents and school children relying on CDC’s services as part of their journey should seek alternative travel arrangements during the work stoppages.

“We apologise to all our passengers for the disruption to their routines and we continue to appeal to the TWU and our drivers to do the right thing by the community.”

During the work stoppages, CDC Victoria strongly encourages passengers to plan their journey before travelling as their normal bus may not be operating or make alternative travel arrangements.

Passengers are advised to keep checking CDC’s website for more detail or follow CDC on Twitter @cdcvictoria. CDC will provide further updates if some services are able to run.

Contacts

For further clarification, please contact:

Julie Tan
Head of Marketing, Customer & Charter
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Tel: 9977 9978
Mobile: 0411 060 168

Deborah Jane Goon
Marketing & Communications Manager
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Mobile: 0478 140 177

Effective: 5am Monday, 20 August for up to 7 days

Please note that due to drainage works on Neerim Road, Route 624 will be operating on a diverted route.

A list of Bus stops that will be missed and possible alternatives during the diversion is below:

Route 624 to Oakleigh
40148 Murrumbeena Railway Station / Neerim Rd – Customers should walk to stop 40147 at Neerim Rd to catch route 624.
40149 Springthorpe Gardens / Neerim Rd – Customers should walk to stop 40147 at Neerim Rd to catch route 624.
9474 Lawrance St / Poath Rd – Customers should catch the next route 767 or walk to Chadstone SC and interchange to route 624 there.

Route 624 to Kew
8135 Maroo St / Poath Rd – Customers will have to walk to Chadstone SC or catch the next 767 from stop 9474 and interchange to route 624 there.
40141 Riley Reserve / Neerim Rd – Customers should walk to stop 23413 to catch route 624 to Kew.
23413 Murrumbeena Railway Station / Neerim Rd - Customers should walk to stop 23413 to catch route 624 to Kew.

Diversion for route 624 will be along Murrumbeena Road and Dandenong Road.

From Sunday 26 August, a number of our bus timetables will be changed to keep you connected with new train timetables.

There’ll be new timetables on the following bus routes:

For more information, please call PTV at 1800 800 007.

From Monday, 9 July 2018

605diversions

605 - TO THE CITY
The bus will travel straight along Alexandra Ave (it will not turn left at Anderson St) then turn Right at City Rd and continue on its normal route.

605 - TO GARDENVALE
The bus will travel straight along City Rd (it will not turn Right at Southbank Blvd) and continue on its normal route.

Wednesday 4 July to Saturday 7 July from 7am to 5pm

Dear Passengers, please note that John Street between Alfred Street and Sackville Street will be closed from Wednesday 4 July to Saturday 7 July from 7am to 5pm (John & Rowland St will be closed).

The 624 bus will operate on the following diverted routes:

To Oakleigh
The bus will turn Right into Alfred Street, then Left into Thomas St and Right to Sackville St and continue on its route.

Effective Wednesday, 4th July – Friday, 6th July
Last bus – 16:35 from East Kew

Saturday
Last bus – 16:46 from East Kew

To East Kew
The bus will turn Left to Thomas St, then Right to Alfred St, then Left into John St and continue on its normal route

Wednesday – Friday
Last bus – 15:50 from Oakleigh

From Sunday 24 June, we’re updating bus timetables on the following routes:

Route 612 - Box Hill to Chadstone
Route 623 - Glen Waverley to St Kilda
Route 624 - Oakleigh to Kew
Route 625 - Elsternwick to Chadstone
Route 626 - Midde Brighton to Chadstone

 

Please note, Route 630 will now stop at Huntingdale bus interchange in both directions.

For detailed timetable information, please visit https://www.ptv.vic.gov.au/getting-around/network-changes/

From 27 May, 17 bus routes in Melbourne’s west will get updated timetables to make services more reliable and improve connections to trains.

Route 406 will be increased to every 15 minutes in peak periods with five extra trips per weekday. Connections to trains at Ginifer Station on Route 423 will also be improved.

Timetable updates will be introduced on the following routes:

  • Route 406 Keilor East – Footscray via Avondale Heights and Maribyrnong
  • Route 407 Highpoint SC – Avondale Heights via Maribyrnong
  • Route 408 St Albans Station – Highpoint SC via Sunshine Station
  • Route 409 Yarraville to Highpoint SC via Footscray
  • Route 410 Sunshine Station – Footscray via Ballarat Road
  • Route 411 Laverton Station – Footscray via Altona Meadows, Altona, Millers Road
  • Route 412 Laverton Station – Footscray via Altona Meadows, Altona, Mills Street
  • Route 414 Laverton Station – Footscray via Geelong Road
  • Route 415 Laverton Station – Williamstown via Altona
  • Route 417 Laverton Station – Laverton North
  • Route 418 St Albans Station – Caroline Springs via Keilor Plains Station
  • Route 419 St Albans Station – Watergardens Station via Keilor Downs
  • Route 421 St Albans Station – Watergardens Station via Keilor Plains Station
  • Route 423 St Albans Station – Brimbank Central SC via Cairnlea
  • Route 424 St Albans Station – Brimbank Central SC via Albanvale
  • Route 425 St Albans Station – Watergardens Station via Delahey
  • Route 461 Watergardens Station – Caroline Springs Town Centre via Fraser Rise

Check back in mid-May for the new timetables or call PTV at 1800 800 007 for more details.