CDC Victoria Launches New Accessibility Community Program: BusAble

As part of CDC’s commitment to providing accessible public transport for commuters with special needs, CDC Victoria, had on 21 April, partnered SCOPE Disability Services and V/Line, to launch the BusAble programme, a community programme that not only educates commuters with accessibility barriers about bus travel, but also empower them ...

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Celebrating A Taste of Harmony: Bringing Generations of Cultural Diversity Together

From 15-26 March, CDC Victoria celebrated its cultural diversity with A Taste of Harmony, an annual event that provides Australian workplaces with the opportunity to celebrate multiculturalism in the workforce. One in four workers born overseas proudly call Australia home, so it is important we acknowledge and celebrate Victoria’s diverse ...

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CDC Hybrid Buses Zone-in on Zero Emissions on Melbourne Streets

CDC Victoria are pleased to announce that our locally built Volvo hybrid (self-charging electric) fleet are in the midst of being fitted with technology to make Victoria’s public transport network an even greener, more sustainable network following the launch of Volvo’s Zone Management system. The technology innovation allows our existing …

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CDC Victoria Supports Movember for the Third Year Running

CDC Victoria has been supporting the Movember campaign since 2018 and are privileged to be the only bus operator nationally to support this great cause. We’re so proud of all our staff and our efforts last year as we raised over $8,500 (Victoria) and over $12,000 (nationally) in the name …

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Buslink Queensland Joins Growing CDC Brand Family in Australia

One of the state’s largest regional school and urban bus operators, former family owned group Buslink, has rebranded to CDC Queensland. This follows the acquisition of the Buslink group in 2018 by one of Australia’s leading transport providers, ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia Pty Ltd (CDC). CDC Queensland CEO, Tony Hopkins said …

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COVID 19 Travellers Tips

If you live in metro Melbourne and Mitchell Shire, wear a face covering when you leave home, including on public transport. While face coverings help protect us all, physical distancing and practising good hygiene will help while traveling too. And remember, if you’re unwell – stay home and get tested.


The Department of Health and Human Services is working closely with the Victorian health sector, Commonwealth and international agencies to respond appropriately to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). This situation is changing frequently. Please visit the DHHS website for information and updates.