Our operations in Aotearoa New Zealand
We deliver more than 3000 bus, coach, on-demand and train services each week in Wellington and Auckland.
Partnerships with our local New Zealand communities are an important part of our service. We help keep Kiwi communities connected and proudly support key organisations.
A zero emissions future
We are committed to reducing our impact on theenvironment and creating cleaner communities byinvesting in zero emission technology.
In New Zealand we have, in partnership with Auckland Transport, been chosen to operate their first Hydrogen bus, and the largest triple and EV bus currently operation in New Zealand. Transdev Group has also signed up to the Paris Accord.
We are committed to a 30% reduction of emissions by 2030.
Wellington Train Services
We operate over 2,000 services each week servicing the 49 stations of the Greater Wellington region.
Auckland bus operations
We run more than 150 bus services across Auckland including the region’s only electric bus on selected routes across the city.
Wellington bus services
We are the third largest Urban bus operator. We are a growing business that serves the Wellington community. Founded in 1984 by the Waddell Family, we have grown from a small bus operator to a key Wellington transport service that is a recognisable brand in the local community.
Wellington Heavy Rail Contact
Wellington Bus Contact
We have been delivering services for Kiwis for more than 15 years, with our first contract to operate heavy-rail services in Auckland commencing in 2004. Today, we employ more than 700 Journey Makers who, together, deliver more than 3000 bus, coach, on-demand and train services each week across Wellington and Auckland.
Our services are delivered through our five distinct brands:
- Transdev Wellington – contract with Greater Wellington Regional Council
- Howick and Eastern Bus Company – contract with Auckland Transport
- Mana Newlands Coaches – contract with Greater Wellington Regional Council
- MyMobigo – on-demand shuttle operated under licence with Auckland Transport