The ACT Government has introduced a new integrated public transport network for Canberra which commenced Monday 29 April 2019. This network includes bus and light rail services operating together to give Canberrans more options to use public transport, every day of the week.
The way students get to school by public transport has changed for the commencement of Term 2, 2019. Some students will now use different routes, make connections between services or use light rail for the first time, and every student who uses public transport to get to and from school needs to be aware of the changes.
Find out more about:
- Plan your journey
- Services for your school
- Fares and ticketing
- Safety while using public transport
- Safety around light rail
- Walking and cycling to school
- Services to Tertiary Institutions
Discover what your public transport options are by using the TC Journey Planner. 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. Simply type in your departure location, type in your school and your desired departure or arrival time and a leaving date of 29 April 2019 onwards.
Includes timetables, route maps and directions from bus and light rail stops to help schools, parents and students to understand how to get to school by public transport.
Have you got your MyWay card? Find out more about fares and ticketing for public transport.
Find out about how to behave when using buses and light rail, what Transport Canberra does to keep students safe while using public transport and how to use public transport interchanges.
Find out more about what light rail means for pedestrians, cyclists, drivers and public transport customers.
Find out more about how to walk and cycle to school.
Includes local area map which shows local routes to get you to and from your institution using public transport.