Transit Systems will take over running Transdev’s Region 13 buses from this Sunday.
Transdev will conclude operations in Region 13 on Saturday 5 August, with the 11:50pm route 905 (Bankstown to Georges Hall) being the last operational Transdev NSW bus.
Transdev Australia and New Zealand CEO Brian Brennan said he was proud of Transdev’s achievements throughout the years, providing exceptionally safe and reliable transport to millions of customers.
“We thank our customers for allowing us to be part of their lives — helping them to get to school, work and study, safely and on time,” Mr Brennan said.
Transdev NSW Managing Director Robert Macey said drivers, maintenance and administrative staff were offered redeployment options on the same terms and conditions, ensuring continuity and stability of services.
“I extend my heartfelt appreciation to the incredible teams and their unwavering dedication and support in keeping Sydney communities moving since the late 1990’s,” Mr Macey said.
“It has been a pleasure and honour to serve and my gratitude to the communities and customers who have supported Transdev NSW over the years.”
Despite the conclusion of its standalone Greater Sydney bus operations, Transdev remains a major public transport operator in Sydney.
Transdev continues running the largest bus contract and busiest bus routes in Australia on the eastern suburbs of Sydney in Bus Region 9 within a joint venture of Transdev John Holland.
Transdev also continues to run Sydney’s Light Rail network and Sydney Ferries and will also operate the new Parramatta Light Rail network next year.