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Yearly Archives: 2015

RACT’S RIGHT ROYAL COACH SERVICE PROVIDES A FREE BUS SERVICE FROM AROUND HOBART AS A HASSLE-FREE ALTERNATIVE TO GET TO THE MATCH. FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT RACT.COM.AU RACT, Cricket Tasmania and the Hobart Hurricanes will be providing FREE Boundary Rider services, operated by Metro, for patrons attending Big Bash League matches at Blundstone Arena this […]

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 12 December Show your Carols by Candlelight ticket to the driver to travel FREE on any Metro […]

Transport. Sorted. The Metro Tas app is now available for Android devices on Google Play. Featuring all the user-friendly elements of our popular iOs app, download the Metro Tas app on Android today to: Plan your next trip Save your favourite destinations (including work, school and home) and your favourite trips Manage your Greencard account […]

Metro Tasmania has completed the Hobart Network Review public consultation phase and produced a report from the feedback received, which you can read by clicking on the link below. We thank the three hundred and sixty-nine respondents who submitted written or online surveys, as well as the many stakeholders including Anglicare, COTA Tasmania and relevant […]

Metro representatives will visit your local area during August and September to give out free Greencards, explain upcoming fare structure changes and answer questions. Read more about the changes here, find out other ways to apply for your free Greencard here, or simply come along to one of the following sessions: Burnie UTAS Cradle Coast: […]

METRO has made changes to our urban fare structure from 1 October 2015. Greencards are cheaper, easier, and help us run more efficient services so we have made standard daily caps even lower, discontinued Day Tripper and Day Rover all-day tickets, and ceased 90-minute transfers on cash tickets. Read here for more details of the changes and how […]

What are the proposed changes and why? We are proposing to simplify the many different routes in our Hobart network and make better use of existing resources. The proposed changes are a direct response to passenger requests to have a simpler, more legible, faster and more frequent bus service. We know that we may need to adjust […]

The City of Hobart has joined forces with Metro Tasmania, the Department of State Growth and TasBus to plan the revitalisation of the existing Hobart Bus Mall in Elizabeth Street. The Bus Interchange Planning Project aims to improve the existing layout to benefit pedestrians, passengers, road users and nearby business operators. The development will include […]

RACT Boundary Rider services will be provided to all three AFL matches to be played at Blundstone Arena in 2015 (in conjunction with the North Melbourne Football Club), which will be operated by Metro. See below for links to timetable information           RACT Boundary Rider Routes B1 Kingborough Sports Centre to […]

  This year ANZAC Day falls on a Saturday and as such Saturday 25 April 2015 will be a gazetted public holiday. To show our respect and connect communities with services on the day, Metro will be operating a Sunday/Public Holiday timetable in Launceston and Hobart, and a Saturday timetable in Burnie as Burnie has no […]