Veolia Transport NSW

Veolia Transport NSW

Veolia Transport NSW

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Veolia Transport NSW is a division of the global Veolia company that operates the Metro Light Rail, the Metro Monorail and commuter bus services in the southern suburbs of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Metro Transport

Veolia Transport operate the Metro Light Rail (originally Sydney Light Rail), under contract to the owners Metro Transport Sydney. This single light rail line runs from Central railway station to Lilyfield. Veolia Transport operate the Metro Monorail (originally TNT Monolink), under contract to the owners Metro Transport Sydney. This single monorail line is a circuit extending from Paddy's Market via World Square (a shopping centre on the corner of George and Pitt Streets) to City Centre (corner of Market and Pitt Streets), to Darling Harbour and over the water to a station at Pyrmont Bridge.

Bus services

History

The origins of the company that is now Veolia Transport NSW can be traced back to 1935 when motor-bus services began to operate between Sutherland Station and Woronora River. Following the opening of the Alfords Point Bridge in 1973, a variety of routes were operating, including extensions to Padstow station. The service was known as Menai Bus Service, and buses carried a white and green livery. In 1988, the company was sold to Ron Deane, who was already operating buses on the North Shore, and was re-named Deanes Coaches. Buses were repainted white with yellow, blue and orange stripes. In 1988, the company expanded with the purchase of...
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