Newcastle Transport Travel Experience Day


Newcastle Transport Travel Experience Day is designed to help customers become more familiar with public transport.  You can practise getting on and off an accessible tram, bus and ferry and have a chat to our customer service officers who will be there to assist you. The event helps people of all abilities to feel more […]
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Think public transport to get to 2019 Anzac Day services


Newcastle Transport will run additional bus, ferry and light rail services from 3:30am to the dawn service at Nobbys Beach on Anzac Day. Novocastrians are being urged to leave the car at home, or park near a frequent public transport route, and take advantage of Newcastle Transport’s multimodal network. Whether you’re travelling to Nobbys or […]
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Tunes on the Tram presents Jordan Snowden


02.03.19 Start: 16.30pm End: 18.30pm We know we love our live music here in Newcastle. Why not enjoy some tunes this weekend on board light rail? Jordan Snowden will be playing on Saturday, 2 March between 4.30pm and 6.30pm
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Celebrate Newcastle light rail with a free community open day


Newcastle’s city centre will come alive on Sunday 17 February, with Newcastle Transport hosting a free community open day to celebrate the opening of light rail. Keolis Downer Hunter Director of Corporate Affairs, Andrew Fletcher said light rail provides Novocastrians with a brand new way to move around the city centre. “The open day will […]
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Additional transport options for those attending Anzac Day services


With tens of thousands of people expected to attend the Nobbys dawn service this year, Newcastle Transport is providing a number of additional transport options to help Novocastrians travel to and from the city on Anzac Day. “We are pleased to help locals take part in Newcastle’s Anzac Day services by running Park and Ride […]
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Buses will keep the city moving for Newcastle 500


Buses will continue to run into Newcastle in the weeks leading up to the Newcastle 500 to ensure residents, workers, students and visitors can continue to go about their daily lives. “Our job is to keep the city moving during this exciting and significant event for Newcastle,” Chief Executive Officer of Keolis Downer Hunter, Campbell […]
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