Providing student travel

Every day we provide mobility solutions for thousands of school-aged students across Australia and New Zealand. Whether it be through designated school-bus services, inter-campus and event travel, or providing ticketing solutions, we are experts in providing safe, reliable and friendly travel for students.


per day
students travel on designated school bus services
772 +
school bus routes nationwide

Engaging with schools

Get a grip

In September 2018, our team in New South Wales  introduced a targeted school engagement strategy to help improve relationships with schools.


Previously, school engagement was done reactively when things went wrong, but by establishing an internal School Engagement Team a proactive and collaborative process was implemented. 

The program helped to deliver:

  • improved engagement with schools and parents
  • greater collaboration internally
  • improved understanding of the operational challenges and capabilities
  • stronger ticketing compliance
  • faster identification of high priority locations

University and campus travel

We are continuing to look for more opportunities to partner with universities, colleges and TAFEs to provide efficient, safe and reliable transport for their students.


Whether it be using a standard bus, on-demand shuttle or even autonomous shuttle, we can develop a mobility solution that best meets our clients needs.


Together, with partners Transport for NSW, Armidale Regional Council and the University of New England, we are proud to be trialling autonomous shuttle services around the university campus and nearby Armidale, in New South Wales.

Did you know?

More than 900 passengers have travelled on the predefined route of our Armidale autonomous shuttle service. The route, which services the University of New England campus is the longest and most complex route of an autonomous shuttle Australia-wide.

Contact our team

Transdev Australasia
+61 400 221 052

What are Transdev's strengths?


A reliable service and a macro vision of approach of the service in a business strategy sense.

Ananad Rampersad, Asst, Dir. Parking & Transportation Services, University of Central Florida