Commencing Tuesday 6 October, network-wide upgrades will be made to Sunshine Coast school bus services. These changes, to be applied to approximately 70% of current services, are aimed at enhancing the network in areas such as capacity (addressing overcrowding), on-time service, and the servicing of new estates and catchment areas.
The TransLink Journey Planner is currently being updated and school route details including new maps will be available on our website from later this month.
The Transport and Main Roads Minister’s media release announcing the pending changes can be found in the news section of the Buslink website here.
Buslink Sunshine Coast to become CDC South East Queensland effective 1 October 2020
Buslink Sunshine Coast Pty Ltd will also change its company name to CDC South East Queensland Pty Ltd effective 1 October 2020. This change follows the acquisition of the Buslink Group in 2018 by one of Australia’s leading transport providers, ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia Pty Ltd (CDC).
CDC employs more than 4,000 employees with over 4,400 vehicles and operates across six states and territories in Australia. CDC is also one of Australia’s largest bus operators operating both urban and school bus services, as well as reliable charter services.
In addition to the change of company name, all Buslink buses will be rebranded to display prominent new CDC Sunshine Coast logos, featuring the orange and blue colour scheme of Buslink Sunshine Coast’s parent company. The new livery will begin to hit the road from the start of Term 4. Sunshine Coast school bus drivers will also wear new CDC Queensland uniforms.
New website and Sunshine Coast email details from 1 October 2020:
|General enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org|
|New charters enquiries email@example.com|
*The current Buslink website will redirect to the new CDC Queensland website once live.