Broadmeadows Bus Service
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|Parent||Northern Transit Holdings|
|Service area||Northern Melbourne|
|Service type||Bus & coach operator|
|Hubs||Broadmeadows Shopping Centre|
Craigieburn Plaza Shopping Centre
|Fleet||51 (May 2019)|
|Chief executive||Dom Sita|
Broadmeadows Bus Service is a bus and coach operator in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is a Melbourne bus company that operates eight bus routes under contract to the Public Transport Victoria. It is owned by Northern Transit Holdings Pty Ltd, which also operates as Nationwide Tours, Kastoria Bus Lines and Seymour Bus Lines.
Broadmeadows Bus Service was formed in 1947 when J Loughnan purchased a service between Broadmeadows and North Coburg Tram Terminus from P Thorne. In the early 1950 coach charter operations commenced. In 1974 services were extended to Campbellfield and in 1985 from Upfield and North Coburg to Craigieburn.
In July 2007, the Wright family, proprietors of Moreland Buslines, acquired a 50% share of Broadmeadows Bus Service. Both the Loughnan and Wright families sold out to Dom Sita of Kastoria Bus Lines in 2011. Broadmeadows Bus Service has since been reorganised under Northern Transit Holdings, along with other Dominic Sita's bus businesses, including Kastoria Bus Lines.
The Western Autistic School uses Broadmeadows-owned buses for student transport.
As of May 2019, Broadmeadows Bus Service operates 51 buses and coaches. The fleet livery is white with a dark brown stripe.
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