Moorabbin Transit

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Moorabbin-Transit-logo.png
Parent Ventura Bus Lines
Founded July 1988
Headquarters Cheltenham
Service area South Eastern Melbourne
Service type Bus operator
Routes 11
Hubs Chadstone Shopping Centre
Southland Shopping Centre
Stations Carrum
Cheltenham
Clayton
Dandenong
Mentone
Moorabbin
Mordialloc
Springvale
Fleet 83 (March 2014)
Chief executive Andrew Cornwall
Website www.venturabus.com.au

Moorabbin Transit is a bus operator in Melbourne, Australia. As a Melbourne bus company, it operates 11 bus routes under contract to the Government of Victoria.

History[edit]

Moorabbin Transit was formed in July 1988 when Grenda Corporation purchased Blue & Silver Bus Lines, Camden Bus Lines, Hampton Green, Hampton Red, and Southland Bus Service. Sandringham Bus Co was added in December 1988.[1][2][3]

Moorabbin Transit was included in the sale of Grenda Corporation to Ventura Bus Lines in November 2011.[4][5]

Routes[edit]

Moorabbin Transit operate 11 routes.[6]

Fleet[edit]

As at March 2014 the fleet consists of 83 buses.[7] Morabbin Transit original livery was the cream and three stripes of Grenda's Bus Services, but with the red stripes painted green. It has since adopted the standard white with red and yellow flashes of Grenda Corporation.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Melbourne Metropolitan Bus Operators and Fleet Listings. Melbourne: Bus & Coach Society of Victoria. 1991. p. 24. 
  2. ^ "Industry Rationalisation" Australian Bus Panorama 4/5 March 1989 page 13
  3. ^ "Victorian Buses in the Eighties" Australian Bus Panorama 7/1 August 1991 page 5
  4. ^ Grenda Announcement 18/11/2011 Grenda Corporation 18 November 2011
  5. ^ The man with the golden handshake The Australian 10 March 2012
  6. ^ "Metropolitan buses". Public Transport Victoria. Retrieved 24 November 2013. 
  7. ^ Ventura Group - Moorabbin Transit Australian Bus Fleet Lists

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