Plenty Valley bus network is changing

Consultation has concluded

Changes to the Plenty Valley bus network are needed to better service the area, meet passenger demand and provide connections to the new train stations at Middle Gorge, Hawkstowe and Mernda.

Transport for Victoria engaged with the community from 30 October - 19 November 2017 on proposed changes to the Plenty Valley bus network.

A summary of consultation findings is available.

Changes to the Plenty Valley bus network are needed to better service the area, meet passenger demand and provide connections to the new train stations at Middle Gorge, Hawkstowe and Mernda.

Transport for Victoria engaged with the community from 30 October - 19 November 2017 on proposed changes to the Plenty Valley bus network.

A summary of consultation findings is available.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
    Transport for Victoria are proposing changes to bus routes 381, 382, 383, 384, 385, 386, and 387, as well as introducing a new bus route loop service between Mernda and Doreen.

    We want to hear your thoughts on the proposed changes to ensure all aspects of these re-routings and timetable changes have been considered.

    Before continuing this survey, please look at the maps and fact sheet in the Document Library so that you understand the proposed changes.

    Transport for Victoria are proposing changes to bus routes 381, 382, 383, 384, 385, 386, and 387, as well as introducing a new bus route loop service between Mernda and Doreen.

    We want to hear your thoughts on the proposed changes to ensure all aspects of these re-routings and timetable changes have been considered.

    Before continuing this survey, please look at the maps and fact sheet in the Document Library so that you understand the proposed changes.

    Consultation has concluded