Saturday 16th January 2021-4:55:am
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In line with the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART), Transport for NSW have authorised changes to the bus fares provided by Rural and Regional Bus Operators in NSW which will be effective from 1 January 2021.

This should be good news for rural and regional bus passengers

In Summary for 2021

  • No change to the  Regional Excursion Daily (RED) of $2.50 - for valid Concession Card Holders.
  • Reduction in Fares for 1 to 2 Section Single Trip Adult fare (Fare Band 1) to $2.30 and the Child/Concession Fare to $1.10
  • 3 to 6 Section (Fare Band 2) Single Trip Adult fare will decrease to $3.30 and the Child/Concession Fare will decrease to $1.60
  • 7 to 15 Section (Fare Band 3) Single Trip Adult fare will decrease to $4.20 and the Child/Concession Fare will decrease to $2.10
  • 16-25 Section (Fare Band 4) Single Trip Adult fare will decrease to $4.50 and the Child/Concession Fares will decrease to $2.20
  • 26-37 Section (Fare Band 5) Single Trip Adult Fare will decrease to $5.90 and the Child/Concession Fares will decrease to $2.90
  • Those passengers travelling 38+ sections (Fare Bands 6-10) will have a capped fare of $7.50 and the Child/Concession Fare will be capped at $3.70 this applies to Single Trip Fares Only
  • Daily ticket fares have also changed which will be simpler and continue to allow unlimited daily travel.  The correct daily ticket value must be purchased for the longest single leg of travel

 *For Concession Fares a valid Concession Card must be shown when boarding or full fare is payable.*



Ulladulla Buslines wishes to advise our customers that ALL School and Regular Route Bus Services are currently operating as normal. 

Transport for NSW has been working closely with NSW Health and other Government Agencies to address the challenge of coronavirus (COVID-19) and support the containment efforts. Our priority is the safety of our customers and staff and the continuity of services to provide the public with access to vital goods and services.

Based on current information received from Transport for NSW, Buslines Group have implemented the following measures and actions across our operations:-

  • In addition to our regular cleaning regime we will increase the cleaning of internal areas on the buses on a daily basis before the commencement of shifts (twice each day) and this will be done with Hospital Grade Disinfectant.
  • Regular cleaning of the steering wheel, other driver controls and the driver’s area in general.
  • Additional cleaning will also be carried out in the shared areas of the depot and office environment.
  • Handling of cash is a necessary requirement of our business and drivers have been informed about being conscious of not transferring any contamination to the eyes or mouth. We have made gloves available to drivers, if preferred, when driving or cleaning. 

Buslines Group will continue to monitor information and advice received from Transport for NSW and NSW Health.

How to protect yourself and others

Practising good hand hygiene by washing your hands frequently is crucial and this will protect you, fellow commuters and our staff.

Advice from Transport NSW and NSW Health:-

  • Clean your hands with soap and water, or hand sanitiser.
  • Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze.
  • Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms
  • We encourage any individual that feels ill to avoid travel

In addition Buslines Group would also like to encourage our passengers in the interest of ongoing health of our bus drivers to:-

  • observe the recommended ‘social distancing’ protocols and leave a 1.5 metre buffer zone from drivers where possible. A “leave this seat vacated” notice has been placed on buses.
  • tender the correct fare when boarding the bus.

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