Metro Tasmania has chosen suppliers for operational trials of hydrogen fuel cell electric buses and battery electric buses (BEB) in order to gather valuable operational experience for a greener fleet.
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Kinetic's Women Up Front programme aims to attract talented women to become bus drivers, empowering individuals from diverse backgrounds and providing them with the necessary training to excel in the transport sector.
Kinetic's acquisition of Dingo Bus Charter strengthens its position in Western Australia's bus service market, fostering community connections and delivering safe, efficient transportation solutions with an expanded fleet.
Kinetic's expansion in South East Tasmania will see it solidify its position as a key transport delivery partner for the Tasmanian government, with its network now including 252 buses and 272 employees.
The acquisition of East Tamar Bus Lines will make Kinetic the largest privately owned government contractor in Tasmania, expanding its commitment to deliver bus services that are safe and reliable across the state.
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.