Networks that support you
Transdev is at the heart of keeping communities moving, providing public transport services in eight locations in Australia and New Zealand.
We pride ourselves on leading the way in public transport through the collaboration of our teams and a shared commitment to excellence in all that we do.
Trains in Auckland
We have proudly operated Auckland’s passenger rail services on behalf of Auckland.
Transport since 2004, delivering approximately 3,300 services each week and over 20 million annual customer journeys. The Auckland customer rail network is 96km
long and features 40 stations across four lines.
Bus in Brisbane
Transdev operates metropolitan bus services on behalf of Translink and the Queensland Government.
Over 140 vehicles provide urban, school and charter services to the local community, transporting 2.6 million customers per year.
Ferries in Brisbane
The iconic Brisbane CityCat, CityHopper and CityFerry services on Brisbane River are also operated by Transdev, on behalf of Brisbane City Council.
21 CityCat, six CityFerry and three CityHopper vessels move over five million customers each year.
Bus in Melbourne
Transdev provides bus services for a third of Melbourne’s bus network. Our team of more than 1,200 employees operates 46 routes, with a fleet in excess of 500 vehicles.
Both urban and school services are covered by Transdev, including the popular Smart Bus routes that provide orbital services connecting Melbourne’s middle ring suburbs.
Bus in Perth
Transdev is one of Perth’s largest bus operators. We provide bus services in Rockingam, Mandurah, Fremantle, Perth and Joondalup areas, including the free Central Area Transit (CAT) services.
Our team of more than 1,100 employees moves more than 30 million customers per year.
Bus in Sydney
As one of the largest bus operators in Sydney, Transdev has been operating buses locally for nearly 20 years, with more than 900 employees. We cover three geographic areas – South Sydney, South West Sydney and Sydney’s North Shore area – and are dedicated to providing safe, reliable and enjoyable transport for clients and customers across the region.
Light Rail in Sydney
Transdev has operated the Inner West Light Rail on behalf of Transport for New South Wales for 20 years. Now operating as the L1 Dulwich Hill Line, the 12.7 kilometre route connects Central Station and Dulwich Hill via 23 stops, and transports more than 9.7 million customers each year. In December 2014, the ALTRAC Light Rail consortium (of which Transdev is a partner) was appointed by the NSW State Government as the successful contractor to design, construct, operate and maintain the new CBD to South East Light Rail network.
Ferries in Sydney
Transdev owns Harbour City Ferries (HCF), the operator of the iconic ferries on Sydney Harbour and the Parramatta River.
HCF has operated the ferry network since July 2012, following a tender process seeing responsibility for the service move from the government to the private sector for the first time since the 1950s.
Our team of nearly 600 people operates a fleet of 32 vessels, and services eight key routes via 38 wharves.
On Demand in Sydney
We operate On Demand shuttle services as part of a trial by Transport for New South Wales in Manly and Sutherland Shire. Our Transdev Link service in the Sutherland Shire is a ‘point-to-point’ On Demand Transport ride-share solution. This means that you can be picked up and dropped off at any address, public transport hub or shopping centre within the On Demand zones. Our Ride Plus service in Manly is a ‘point-to-hub’ solution, which means that you can be picked up at any address within the On Demand zone and dropped off to a predefined hub, or vice versa.
Maintenance Services in Sydney
Transdev Maintenance Services provide civil and facility maintenance services and project management expertise.
Since 2016, we have provided maintenance services to Sydney’s Inner West Light Rail (IWLR) network, with our scope of work expanding to include Sydney’s CBD to South East Light Rail network once it is operational.
Autonomous Shuttle in NSW
In 2019, Transdev will commence operations of its first autonomous shuttle in Australia in partnership with the Armidale Regional Council.
Train in Wellington
In Wellington, we work in partnership with Hyundai Rotem to operate and maintain the city’s passenger train network on behalf of Greater Wellington Regional Council.
We run more than 2,100 services each week facilitated by our team of more than 430 people.