Canberra's New Public Transport Network Starts Monday 29 April 2019
We're getting ready for a city of 500,000 people by 2030. To support our growing population the ACT Government is delivering an integrated transport network with buses working alongside light rail to get Canberrans and visitors where they want to go.
Find out more about what the new network means for you
Get more information about bus services in the new network including timetables and maps.
Discover what your future public transport options are by using the TC Journey Planner. Commuters can choose from multiple journey modes including bus, light rail, bicycle and walking. The TC Journey Planner now includes all school services, making it easier than ever to plan a trip to or from school on public transport.
Find out more about how students can get to and from school by public transport.
Light rail will run from the City to Gungahlin, along Northbourne Avenue and Flemington Road. Light rail will be fully integrated with the bus ticketing system (same ticket, same fare, same rules), enabling convenient connections for commuters between light rail and bus.
Find out more about how to use light rail.
Get more information on Canberra’s new network maps, including network maps, region maps, interchange and station maps.
Find out more about how to get a MyWay card or buy a ticket for buses and light rail.
Answers to the most common questions Canberrans have about the new network.
Read more about how we designed the new network and the changes we made based on feedback from Canberrans.