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Monthly Archives: July 2023

It’s NOT Ok: Metro and RTBU partner to target anti-social behaviour head-on Metro is excited to partner with the Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) to launch a joint campaign to take a stand on anti-social behaviour on Metro buses. The ‘It’s NOT Ok’ campaign is designed to demonstrate to the Tasmanian community, Metro customers…

Non-urban fares changed on Monday, 10 July 2023. State-wide, 99% of trips cost the same or less than they did previously. This change affects adult and adult concession passengers on the following routes: Channel to Hobart routes 411, 412, 413, 415, 416, 417, 422, X13 Seven Mile Beach to Hobart routes 635, 664, X64, 665,…

Metro has appointed three firms to supply equipment for operational trials of two separate zero emission bus (ZEB) technologies in Tasmania. The contracts were awarded following an extensive request for expression of interest and a request-for-tender process run late last year. The successful suppliers are: Foton Mobility Distribution Pty Ltd: contracted for supply and maintenance…