Current bus projects

Better Bus Networks for Victoria

Better Bus Network

The $100 million Better Bus Networks program supports building an equitable, accessible, sustainable and more connected transport system for all Victorians.

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Bus tracking system and real time bus data

A bus tracking system is being implemented that returns real time bus data to benefit customers, PTV and bus operators in Melbourne and regional Victoria.

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Bikes on buses trial

External bike racks fitted to buses are being trialled on four routes across Victoria, giving customers the opportunity to ride their bike and catch a bus.

Bendigo bus network

A new bus network for Bendigo

A new, better bus network has been created for Bendigo that provides more direct routes with more connections with trains.

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Diamond Creek Station Bus Interchange Project

The new bus interchange will make it easier and safer for people to connect from a bus and get on a train at Diamond Creek Station.

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Thompsons Road bus stop upgrade

A new dedicated drive-through passenger drop-off zone will be installed at the Thompsons Road bus stop as part of an upgrade to accommodate the high demand for bus services in the area.

Bus priority measures: VicRoads is introducing a range of bus priority measures on roads around Melbourne, such as bus lanes and priority traffic signals along key routes.

For more information, visit the VicRoads website.

Bus Safety Act 2009: The Bus Safety Act 2009 provides a 'best practice' regulatory framework to maintain and improve the Victorian bus industry's good safety record.

For more information, visit the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources website.