Peninsula Bus Lines

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Peninsula Bus Lines
Parent Ventura Bus Lines
Founded July 1950
Headquarters Seaford
Service area South Eastern Melbourne
Service type Bus & coach operator
Routes 18
Destinations Mornington
Mount Eliza
Hubs Centro Karingal
Stations Baxter
Carrum
Frankston
Hastings
Kananook
Seaford
Fleet 105 (November 2013)
Chief executive Andrew Cornwall
Website www.venturabus.com.au

Peninsula Bus Lines is a bus and coach operator in Melbourne, Australia. As a Melbourne bus company, it operates 18 bus routes under contract to the Government of Victoria.

History[edit]

Peninsula Bus Lines was formed in July 1950 when Dysons Peninsula Motors was purchased followed by some services from Woods Bus Services. In August 1958 Peninsula Bus Lines was purchased by Grenda Corporation.[1] Frankston Passenger Service was purchased in 2002 and amalgamated with Peninsula Bus Lines.

Routes[edit]

Fleet[edit]

As at November 2013 the fleet consisted of 99 buses and six coaches.[2] Peninsula Bus Lines adopted adopted the cream and three stripes livery of Grenda's Bus Services, but with the red stripes painted blue. 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. pp. 20, 24. 
  2. ^ Ventura Group - Peninsula Bus Lines Australian Bus Fleet Lists

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