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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Last weekend, Metro helped out with another successful Point to Pinnacle race, transporting competitors and gear safely back down the mountain after the conclusion of the gruelling event.

Metro Tasmania is pleased to continue its partnership with Hobart City Council in supporting Carols by Candlelight and offering patrons a FREE, convenient and safe alternative to driving to the event. Transport to and from the Carols on Saturday 13 December Upon presentation of your Your Habitat Hobart Carols by Candlelight ticket to the driver,…

On November 11 2014, Metro Tasmania launched an official Metro App that makes it easier for passengers to plan bus trips, top up a Greencard and get timetable information.

  An apprenticeship as a mechanic with Metro in Launceston has helped Burmese refugee Lal Than Thu Bawitlung adjust to his new life in Tasmania.

Metro Tasmania is on the lookout for bright and enthusiastic people who want to consider a career in driving buses.

On Friday 12 September, Metro Tasmania will join Lifeline at their Out of the Shadows into the Light – a walk to commemorate World Suicide Prevention Day. Metro will provide free shuttle services from Salamanca Place to the Cenotaph on the Domain where the walk will begin.

Metro’s latest passenger survey has found very high levels of satisfaction with bus services. Metro’s Chairperson Lynn Mason said today it was very pleasing to note an improvement in satisfaction levels across all aspects of Metro service covered by the survey.