From October 2022, Transdev Australasia will continue providing bus services to Fremantle and Rockingham-Mandurah communities in West Australia, for a period of 10 years.
List view / Grid view
Rebecca McPhee, Deputy Chief Executive of Operations, Customer and Place-making at Sydney Metro, provides exclusive insight into the Sydney Metro West project, and explains why a customer-centred methodology was applied to the planning, design and delivery of Australia’s biggest public transport infrastructure programme.
IKEA, in partnership with Liftango, is commencing an international employee carpool trial across three continents, designed to encourage employees to create sustainable commuting habits.
Further expanding its operations across Queensland, Kinetic's battery electric buses are expected to save as much as 1,000 tonnes of greenhouse gases over their lifespan.
In addition to expanding its partnership with the Queensland government, this acquisition will see Kinetic grow to almost 4,000 buses and 6,000 people across Australia and New Zealand.
As part of the expansion, Neuron riders will now be able to travel from the Rockhampton City Centre to surrounding suburbs including Berserker, Frenchville, Kawana and West Rockhampton.
The trial will allow the Victorian government to gain better insight into the challenges and issues that are involved with transitioning an entire bus depot to battery electric bus technology.
In line with the Government of Queensland's commitment to make all new buses zero emissions by 2025, Kinetic's new electric buses are expected to begin service on the Gold Coast in September 2022.
With its first two battery electric buses now operating in Melbourne, Kinetic begins the gradual roll-out of the 36 fully electric buses that are to join the city's public transit fleet over the next three years.
The acquisition of Mackay Transit Coaches will allow Kinetic to strengthen its footprint in central Queensland and enhance public transport service delivery in the region.
With its latest investment round, which takes its valuation to $77.7 million, Neuron Mobility plans to accelerate its international expansion, as well as reinforce its technology leadership.
Kinetic's new electric bus depot will be completely powered by renewable energy and will support the sustainable development of both the company and the Queensland region.
Following its latest launch of e-bikes across Sydney CBD, Waverley and Randwick as of 14 April 2022, Neuron Mobility has successfully expanded its services to every capital city across Australia.
The Gold Coast Smart Shuttle Trial will see an autonomous shuttle follow a fixed 2.4km route around Main Beach to test how autonomous technology can be safely integrated into busier live traffic environments.
The acquisition of Merseylink will allow Kinetic to grow and scale its Tasmanian network, with a key focus on service delivery and customer experience as it enhances public transport services in the region.