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CDC Victoria, a subsidiary of ComfortDelGro is pleased to announce our acquisition of Tullamarine Bus Lines Pty Ltd, in a move that will further strengthen our presence in Victoria. The acquisition is yet another opportunity for CDC Victoria to deliver better bus services to the communities that we serve, while expanding our reach to the north-west of Metropolitan Melbourne.

Tullamarine Bus Lines, which operates seven bus routes under contract with Public Transport Victoria (PTV), is a family-owned bus company located close to Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport in the north-west of Metropolitan Melbourne. Besides the route buses, Tullamarine Bus Lines operates contracted school services and a small taxi management business called Cabways.

CDC Victoria currently operates 74 route bus services across the western and eastern suburbs of Melbourne, as well as in Ballarat and Geelong. With the acquisition, CDC Victoria will run 81 route bus services and have a fleet close to 500 buses.

For more information, please view our media release below

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CDC Victoria's expansion to Melbourne's north-west

As part of the Huntingdale Station Precinct Upgrade, a new bus interchange is being built to give passengers safer transfers.

From 18 February, bus routes 601, 630 (to Monash) and 900 will stop in the new interchange and timetables will be revised accordingly. Route 630 will continue to stop on North Road/Haughton Road when travelling to Elwood.

Route 900 will also be upgraded to a 10 minute frequency in peak periods.

Route 601 will have more evening services on university days, with buses every eight minutes from around 7:15pm to 9:40pm. On non-university days, it will be upgraded to an eight minute frequency all day.

For full details call 1800 800 007 or see:

Effective 1st January 2018

Public Transport Victoria (PTV) has today announced the annual fare adjustment for 2018.

From 1 January 2018, most public transport fares will rise by 4.7 per cent. This comprises an increase of 2.2 per cent (CPI - Consumer Price Index), plus 2.5 per cent announced in the December 2013 Budget update.

The adjustment will keep fares in line with CPI and contributes to the ongoing operation of the trains, trams and buses on our public transport network.

For regional Victorians, the cost of getting around town will remain unchanged, with the State Government capping the cost of a trip within the same zone at $2.40 for the third consecutive year.

PTV is also introducing a number of changes to concessions.

Free off-peak travel for Primary School groups

From 1 January, Victorian Primary School groups can apply for free travel between 9.30am and 3.30pm on metropolitan and regional services. This will make educational outings simpler and cheaper for schools and parents. Up to four accompanying adults can also travel for free with each group.

Free travel at weekends for caregivers

Access to free travel on Victoria’s train, tram and bus services for Department of Health & Human Services Carer Card holders ('We Care' card) will be extended to include Saturdays. This gives Victorian Carer Card holders the same weekend travel benefits as Disability Support Pensioners, Victorian Seniors Card holders, Disability Support Pensioners and Carer Payment recipients.

Zone 1+2 customers will pay $8.60 for a daily fare, a saving of $3.52 compared to the same fare in 2014, and $6.80 less than the current $15.40 daily fare in Sydney.

In addition, public transport will be free across Victoria on Christmas Day and after 6pm on New Year’s Eve to help people celebrate with family and friends.

For more information, see Concession.

Zone 1, 2 and 1+2 fares overview:

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2018 2 hour Daily
Full fare Concession Full fare Concession
Zone 1 $4.30 $2.15 $8.60 $4.30
Zone 2 $2.94 $1.47 $5.88 $2.94
Zone 1+2 $4.30 $2.15 $8.60 $4.30

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2018 7-day myki Pass 28-325 day myki Pass (price per day) 325+ day myki Pass (yearly)
Full Fare Concession Full Fare Concession Full Fare Concession
Zone 1 - - - - - -
Zone 2 $29.40 $14.70 $3.52 $1.76 $1,144.00 $572.00
Zone 1+2 $43.00 $21.50 $5.18 $2.59 $1,683.50 $841.75

Regional fares overview:

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2018 myki / V/Line Single PEAK myki / V/Line Single OFF-PEAK
Full Fare Concession Full Fare Concession
Geelong $13.20 $6.60 $9.24 $4.62
Ballarat $21.60 $10.80 $15.12 $7.56
Bendigo $32.60 $16.30 $22.82 $11.41
Seymour $17.40 $8.70 $12.18 $6.09
Traralgon $30.60 $15.30 $21.42 $10.71

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2018 myki 7-day Pass 28 - 69 day myki Pass (price per day) 70 - 325 day myki Pass (price per day)
Full Fare Concession Full Fare Concession Full Fare Concession
Geelong $88.00 $44.00 $10.52 $5.26 $10.36 $5.18
Ballarat $119.00 $59.50 $13.98 $6.99 $12.10 $6.05
Bendigo $163.20 $81.60 $19.26 $9.63 $14.04 $7.02
Seymour $102.00 $51.00 $12.04 $6.02 $11.18 $5.59
Traralgon $155.60 $77.80 $18.30 $9.15 $13.74 $6.87

Effective 15 October 2017

Due to the annual Melbourne Marathon on the 15th October 2017, the 605 route service bus (both ways) into the City and back to Gardenvale will be affected between 6am – 1.30pm. Buses will need to divert and continue along Alexandra Avenue into City Road as per normal. Buses heading to Gardenvale will follow the same route diversion in the opposite direction.

Please note, the bus will not be travelling along Anderson Street, South Yarra, Domain Road, Birdwood Avenue, Linlithgow Avenue and Southbank Boulevard till after 1.30pm.

Melb Marathon map

Effective 11 September to 22 September

Due to City of Glen Eira reconstructing McKinnon Road & Wheatley Road Roundabout – full road closures will apply from first bus to the last bus on the effective dates.

Route 626 bus will therefore divert via Jasper Road, North Road and Thomas Street back and forward the same way. We may experience some delays due to the diversion and thank you for your patience and understanding.

Saturday, 19th August 2017

Heading to the first ever AFL footy game in Ballarat this Saturday?
To ease traffic congestion and get you to this history-making game, CDC will be running shuttle services from Ballarat Train Station and two Park & Ride areas: BWEZ (Ballarat West Employment Zone) Link Road Wendouree and Ballarat Regional Tennis & Table Tennis Centre, Dolwing St Wendouree.

 

Shuttle buses going to Mars Stadium will commence at 10.30am to 2pm

After the game, the shuttles will run from Mars Stadium from 3.30pm to 6.30pm to Ballarat Train Station and the Park & Ride locations. Last  service leaving Mars Stadium at 6.30pm.

Thank you and enjoy the game!

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From Sunday 27 August, we're updating bus timetables to connect with new train times.

To find out if your route has been affected visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call 1800 800 007.

The following routes will be affected.

CDC Ballarat

CDC Geelong

Altona

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