5.07.17

Start of a new journey
Saturday 1 July marked the start of a new journey for local public transport with Keolis Downer commencing as the operator of Newcastle Transport. The first Newcastle Transport buses departed Hamilton and Belmont depots this morning, sporting the new colourful logo. Chief Executive Officer of Keolis Downer Hunter, Campbell Mason, said while this is an […]
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5.07.17

Newcastle Transport Hub open for business
Saturday 1 July will mark the start of a journey to improve transport in Newcastle when Keolis Downer takes responsibility for operating Newcastle Transport bus and ferry services and the Newcastle Transport Hub opens in the heart of the city. Located in Hunter Street Mall adjacent to Market Street Lawn, the Newcastle Transport Hub will […]
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13.06.17

Keolis Downer to take the keys from 1 July
Keolis Downer will be handed the keys to the existing bus and ferry network in Newcastle and areas of Lake Macquarie from 1 July. There will be no changes to timetables until the community has had their say on the future of the network, but the community will notice a refreshed look when new operator […]
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13.06.17

Newcastle Transport: Have your say
Newcastle Transport is asking the community to have their say on the transformation of Newcastle’s bus and ferry network, announcing their Voice of Newcastle program this week at community information sessions. The Voice of Newcastle program will commence in July with opportunities for everyone in the community to play a part in the new transport […]
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19.05.17

Meet the operator of Newcastle Transport
Newcastle Transport is the new integrated transport provider for the people of Newcastle. Keolis Downer has been awarded the contract to run Newcastle Transport over the next ten years and will be responsible for running buses, ferries and, from 2019, light rail. The community is invited to meet the operator of Newcastle Transport at information […]
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