Dyson's Bus Services

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Dyson's Bus Services
Dysonlogo.jpg
Dyson's Bus Services (0909 AO) Volgren 'CR222L' bodied Mercedes Benz O405NH at Upfield railway station.jpg
Volgren bodied Mercedes-Benz O405NH
at Upfield station in March 2008
Slogan "Getting you there"
Parent Dyson Group
Founded 1952
Headquarters Bundoora
Service area North and North-Eastern Melbourne
Service type Bus & coach operator
Routes 31
Hubs Epping Plaza Shopping Centre
Greensborough Plaza
Northland Shopping Centre
Plenty Valley Shopping Centre
RMIT Bundoora
Stations Broadmeadows
Coburg
Epping
Greensborough
Heidelberg
Moonee Ponds
Fleet 159 (May 2013)
Website www.dysonsbus.com.au

Dyson's Bus Services is a bus and coach operator in Melbourne, Australia. As a Melbourne bus company, it operates 31 bus routes under contract to the Government of Victoria.

History[edit]

Dyson's Bus Services was founded in June 1952 when Laurie Dyson purchased the business of Ned Gastin with route 46A Regent station to Janefield Hospital.

In 1966 Dysons purchased a 50% shareholding in Northcote Bus Service, later increased to 100%. It operated as a separate brand until integrated in January 1982.[1][2]

Routes[edit]

Fleet[edit]

As at May 2013 the Dyson Group fleets consisted of 351 buses.[3] Fleet livery is white with green stripes.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Victorian Buses in the Eighties" Australian Bus Panorama 6/2 September 1990 page 11
  2. ^ "The Dyson Story" Australian Bus Panorama 11/6 March 1996 page 6
  3. ^ Dyson Group of Companies Australian Bus Fleet Lists

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