Transit Systems Sydney

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Transit Systems Sydney
Transit Systems logo.svg
Transit Systems Sydney mo1582 April 2014.jpg
Custom Coaches CB60 bodied Volvo B12BLE at
Liverpool station in April 2014
Slogan Next Generation Transport
Parent Transit Systems
Commenced operation 13 October 2013
Headquarters Smithfield
Service area Western Sydney
Service type Bus services
Hubs Fairfield
Depots Hoxton Park
Fleet 237 (August 2014)
Chief executive Clint Feuerherdt

Transit Systems Sydney, registered as Transit NSW (Liverpool) Pty Ltd, is an Australian bus operator in Western Sydney. It is a subsidiary of Transit Systems.


Volgren CR228L bodied Volvo B7RLE still in CDC Canary yellow livery at Parramatta station in April 2014
Custom Coaches CB60 Evo II bodied Volvo B12BLE still in Hopkinsons livery near Woodpark T-way in April 2014

In November 2012 Transit Systems was awarded a contract by Transport for New South Wales to operate Sydney Bus Region 3 bus services in Sydney, taking over services operated by Busabout, Hopkinsons, Metro-link and Westbus. Transit Systems also took over the government operated T80 from Western Sydney Buses.[1][2] Operations commenced on 13 October 2013.


Transit Systems operates a combination of buses inherited from its predecessors, 65 new built buses and some second hand purchases including Volgren bodied Mercedes-Benz O500LEs from Brisbane Transport and some older high-floors purchased from the Dineen Group and Hopkinsons. As at August 2014, the fleet consisted of 237 buses.[3]


Transit Systems operate three depots in Hoxton Park, Moorebank and Smithfield.[3]


  1. ^ Transit Systems awarded Sydney buses contract Transit Systems 7 November 2012
  2. ^ Cut costs or bus contracts will go to private sector, minister tells drivers Sydney Morning Herald 7 November 2012
  3. ^ a b Transit Systems Sydney Australian Bus Fleet Lists