27 Jun '17, 6am

Review of PT in Tasmania aims to deliver better access to employment, education and services.

Review of PT in Tasmania aims to deliver better access to employment, education and services.

A public transport network that provides better access to employment, education and services is in the works for Tasmania Existing contracts for public transport bus services begin expiring in early 2018 in Tasmania The Tasmanian Department of State Growth has been undertaking consultation with bus operators, key stakeholder groups and councils on possible changes to the general access public transport network. As part of the consultation with councils, some councils have identified interested community groups who they have asked the department to talk to. Over the coming months the department will be undertaking consultation with those community groups identified by councils. Existing contracts for public transport bus services including student only services begin expiring in early 2018. Contracts can run for a maximum of ten years, which places a legislative impediment ...

Full article: https://www.busnews.com.au/industry-news/1706/change-ahea...

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