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It’s back to school time! Do you and your child know the Golden Rules for Riding a Bus? Here at Metro, the comfort and safety of our customers and bus operators is a priority. Anti-social behaviour is not ok it on a bus. It is everyone’s responsibility to model good behaviour on buses. Here are…

As with last year, the Department of State Growth has determined that Metro Tasmania will commence running school bus services from the first day of Term 1 for Tasmanian government schools. This means that for 2024, all Metro school services will commence on Thursday 8 February. If your school resumes prior to this date, you…

The Cricket World Cup is coming to Hobart. Catch the Fever, and catch the bus to Bellerive Oval with Metro. Games:  Zimbabwe v Ireland – Saturday 7 March 2015 – click here to purchase tickets  Sri Lanka v Scotland – Wednesday 11 March 2015 – click here to purchase tickets Australia v Scotland – Saturday…

Metro Tasmania’s school bus routes operate on the term dates advised by the Department of Education. The gazetted start of Term 1 for students is Wednesday 3 February 2016. As a part of the new network in Hobart and Launceston, there have been changes to some school services. Check you school bus timetables at www.metrotas.com.au/schools. Please note the following…

From Monday 5 January 2015, most Metro urban bus fares will rise by 10 cents. Adult fares will increase between 10 and 30 cents a trip, depending on the length of the bus journey, while most student and concession fares will go up by 10 cents a trip. Metro’s Chief Executive Officer Stuart Wiggins said the Metro…

Metro is running additional service to help you grab a bargain On Boxing Day, Metro Tasmania will run a number of extra bus services in Hobart to help ease the rush on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Metro’s General Manager of Business Improvement Services Rod Byfield said last year’s Boxing Day…

Metro Tasmania in conjunction with the Motor Accidents Insurance Board are once again running the very popular Nightrider bus services on New Year’s Eve in Hobart, Launceston and Burnie for a flat cash fare of just $2. Metro’s Chief Executive Officer Stuart Wiggins said today the Nightrider services were designed to get people easily and…

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