|Service area||South Eastern New South Wales
Australian Capital Territory
|Fleet||16 (December 2013)|
Transborder Express was established in July 1954 by Jack Williams operating a mail service from Yass to Canberra connecting with the South Mail at Yass Junction railway station with limited passenger capacity as far as Yass. On 1959 a passenger service between Yass Junction and Canberra commenced connecting with the Intercapital Daylight. Trading as Yass Canberra Coaches, it was renamed Transborder Express in 1983.
In May 1999 Transborder Express purchased the coach operations of Lever Coachlines with four coaches. In July 2008 Transborder Express was sold to Deane's Transit Group but retained its own identity.
NSW TrainLink services
Transborder Express operates services between Yass and Canberra to cater to the commuter market.
Transborder also operates school bus services under contract to the NSW and ACT Governments. These bring children from the various rural communities on the western side of Canberra, including Hall, Wallaroo, Murrumbateman and Yass.
- Knaus, Christopher (3 August 2012). "Foreign firm to pay $53m for Qbn buses". Canberra Times. Retrieved 4 October 2012.
- Early History Transborder Express
- "Deane's Transit Group Queanbeyan-Canberra" Australian Bus March 2013 page 10
- "Lever Coachlines" Fleetline September 1999 page 176
- "Transborder" Australian Bus Panorama 15/2 October 1999 page 46
- Transborder bus takeover boosts Deane's fleet to 120 Canberra Times 19 August 2008
- "Southern timetable" (PDF). NSW Trainlink. 20 October 2013 [Updated 30 June 2014].
- Yass to Canberra Transborder Express
- School Services Australian Bus Fleet Lists
- CDC Group Qcity Transit & Transborder Express, Queanbeyan Australian Bus Fleet Lists
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