Public Transport information sessions at Canberra’s libraries

Released 06/02/2017

If you want to know more about public transport basics in the ACT now is your chance. Transport Canberra is offering a series of Public Transport 101 information sessions at public libraries to help Canberrans  better understand our public transport system.

“These interactive talking sessions will be held in libraries across the ACT, providing information on how to catch a bus in Canberra either as a local resident or tourist, with additional MyWay and timetable information,” Director, Public Transport Operations, Ian McGlinn, said.

“The sessions run for two hours, with Transport Canberra customer service on hand to answer customer enquiries. Just drop in if you have any question about public transport and bus travel in the ACT”.

“Some of the main information provided will include: how to catch a bus in Canberra; new details on senior and concession off-peak travel; how to purchase and use a MyWay card; our City Loop and Tourist Loop services; NXTBUS information; and timetable information.”

These sessions  will take place at the following times and locations:

  • From 11 am Wednesday 8 February at the Civic Library
  • From 2 pm Thursday 9 February at the Kippax Library
  • From 11 am Tuesday 14 February at the Tuggeranong Library
  • From 11 am Wednesday 15 February at the Woden Library
  • From 11 am Friday 17 February at the Dickson Library

“We encourage anyone looking to learn more about bus travel to please join us at one of these sessions,”
Mr McGlinn, said.

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