Transport Canberra Uber Alles as the City Loop launches

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IN the Civic Bus Interchange this morning the colours have all been changed.

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ACTION and MyWay are no more, it’s all Transport Canberra.

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As part of the change new Transport Supremo Meegan Fitzharris and Chief Minister Barr trudged through the near sub-zero temperatures to launch the new City Loop bus service.

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Fortunately a large crowd of media and departmental hangers-on were there for the occasion.

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The new bus now stands ready to loop around the city in its nifty Transport Canberra livery.

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Details on the new loop are on the transport website:

The free City Loop provides a convenient link to highly-frequented areas of the City such as the Canberra Centre, the Braddon precinct, Northbourne Avenue, the Australian National University and New Acton precinct.

This free loop service also travels to the City Bus Station where you can transfer to another ACTION bus service taking you where you need to go.

Hop on/hop off to:

City Bus Station (Stop ID 3002)
Canberra Theatre (Stop ID 3003)
City Walk (Stop ID 3462)
Braddon South (Stop ID 3133)
Braddon North (Stop ID 3135)
Northbourne Ave (Stop ID 4563)
ANU Bus Station (Stop ID 4529)
Marcus Clarke St (Stop ID 3047)
NewActon (Stop ID 3036)
London Circuit (Stop ID 3037)
City Bus Station (Stop ID 3002)

The free City Loop will run from 7am – 7pm, Monday to Friday with buses around every ten minutes.

It’s already in Google Maps as the 101 bus.

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