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

Transport Safety Victoria and BusVic will again deliver Victoria’s Bus Safety Week in 2017, from Monday May 1 to Friday May 5. CDC Victoria along with CDC Melbourne, CDC Geelong and CDC Ballarat will be supporting this campaign.

The campaign will be a joint regulator/industry initiative that aims to reinforce these integral messages:

  1. Increase awareness of the good safety record of bus travel;
  2. That “Safety is a shared responsibility” - we all have a role to play in improving the experience for all.

The week will include:

  • Bus driver appreciation day on Thursday May 4 – Remember to say ‘Hello’ and ‘Thank you’ to your driver
  • Promotional/educational activities at multiple bus interchanges across the metropolitan area and regional centres (see below for details)
  • Safety education sessions at metropolitan and regional schools
  • Promotion/education on board buses by Multi Modal Authorised Officers on the network.

Promotional Activities

Bus Safety Week will involve promotional activities by BAV, TSV, Victoria Police and PTV’s Multi Modal Authorised Officers with support from CDC staff at major bus interchanges at metropolitan locations and regional centres. Those in attendance will handout educational brochures and giveaways while talking to people about bus safety.


Monday 1 May
7.15-10am Box Hill Centro Bus Deck
3-5.30pm Chadstone Shopping Centre bus Interchange

Tuesday 2 May
7.15-8.40am Doncaster Park and Ride
9-10 Doncaster Shopping Centre bus interchange
3-5.30pm Cranbourne Station

Wednesday 3 May
7.15-10am Sunshine bus interchange
3-5.30pm Highpoint Shopping Centre bus interchange

Thursday 4 May
7.15-10am South Morang Station
3-5.30pm Dandenong train station bus interchange


Tuesday 2 May
7.15-10.30am at Bendigo Station

Wednesday 3 May
7.15-10.30am at Geelong Station

Thursday 4 May
7.15-10.30am at Franklin St Bus Interchange, Traralgon

On bus collateral

There will also be plenty of on-board collateral including rail hangers and brochures which you are welcome to take home.

For more information please visit www.bussafetyweek.com.au

Effective Monday, 1st May to Friday, 5th May 2017

Route 498 (Towards Hoppers Crossing)

The bus will travel left into Tom Roberts Parade
Right into Florey Avenue
Right into Sneydes Road
Then back on the normal route

Route 498 (Towards Laverton) 

The bus will travel on Sneydes Road
Left into Florey Avenue
Left into Tom Roberts Parade
Right into Hacketts Road
Then back on the normal route.

Bus stops affected: 50038 and 50037

Effective 25th April 2017 first bus to 14:30

Please note due to Anzac Day memorial services, Route 605 will be diverting as below:

The bus will travel along Punt Road and
divert left onto Wellington Parade,
divert right onto Lansdowne Street,
divert left onto Victoria Parade,
divert left onto Nicholson Street,
divert left onto Spring Street,
divert left onto Wellington Parade,
divert right onto Punt Road and then
resume normal 605 route to Gardenvale.

Please note we will be using Wellington Parade and Victoria Parade as drop offs only.

Dear Passengers, please note that during Easter & Anzac Day, all our bus services will be running to a weekend timetable. 

Easter Services
Good Friday 14th April All services will run to Sunday timetables
Easter Monday 17th April All services will run to Saturday timetable
Anzac Day Tuesday, 25th April All services will run to Saturday timetable

Effective 20 February 2017

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Effective Saturday 25 February 05:00am to Sunday 26 February, last bus.

Diversions will affect Route No 605

The Bus will go along Flinders Street, turn right into Queen Street, divert right onto La Trobe Street, turn right onto Exhibition Street and resume normal 605 route to Gardenvale (No temporary Bus Stops will be available along La Trobe Street).

Minister for Public Transport, Jacinta Allan, announced today that real-time travel information is now available on Geelong’s bus network, making it easier for passengers to plan their journey.

This means local Geelong passengers now have up-to-the-minute information about bus services in and around Geelong.

Previously, passengers only had access to timetable information so there was no way to tell if the bus would be late due to unexpected delays.

The new real-time information – available through the Next 5 feature on the PTV App and website – provides up-to-date information about when the bus will come.

Passengers in the Geelong area already have access to real-time train information on screens at Geelong station, and at five other stations on the Geelong line.

In 2015, stations at Geelong, North Geelong, North Shore, Corio, Lara and Little River had real-time screens installed as part of a $5.8 million investment to provide real-time information at 33 regional stations.

The introduction of real-time bus information follows the introduction of 18 extra train services to Geelong every week in January, on top of the 200 extra services introduced in June 2015 with the opening of Labor’s $3.65 billion Regional Rail Link.

For real-time Geelong bus information, visit ptv.vic.gov.au and click on the Next 5 section.