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Better bus services for Albury

Albury will receive over 300 new additional weekly bus services as part of bus network improvements in the region from Monday 23 January 2023.

There will be more buses more often, faster and more direct routes, easier trips to Wodonga, and new weekend and Public Holiday services to connect you more reliably to where you need to go.

The new bus network includes more services for growing suburbs, better connections between Thurgoona, Lavington, Albury and Wodonga, as well as improved services to Albury Station, Albury Base Hospital and Albury Airport.

If you have questions about the changes to services, please email regionalcitiesprogram@transport.nsw.gov.au

Plan your trip
 

Albury and Wodonga bus network map (pdf 3.4MB)

 

Changes to routes and frequently asked questions

Route Improvements
901
Dean Street to West Albury & Albury Private Hospital
  • More direct route to improve travel time
  • New Sunday and Public Holiday services
902
Dean Street to South Albury
  • New Sunday and Public Holiday services
  • Route change to travel via Albury Station, providing better opportunities to interchange with regional train and coach services
903
Dean Street to East Albury & Albury Base Hospital
  • More direct route to improve travel time
  • Route change to travel via Albury Station, providing better connections with regional train and coach services
  • New Sunday and Public Holiday services
906
Lavington to Albury via North Albury
  • More direct route to improve travel time
  • Better connection with services to and from Wodonga
  • Route extends to Albury Station, providing better opportunities to interchange with regional train and coach services
  • Longer operating hours on Saturdays
  • New Sunday and Public Holiday services
  • Services every 30 minutes on weekdays, every 60 minutes on Saturdays, and every two hours on Sunday and Public Holidays
907
Glenrow & Quicks Hill to Albury via Lavington TAFE & Mercy Hospital
  • New Sunday and Public Holiday services
  • Services every 60 minutes Monday to Saturday, and every two hours on Sunday and Public Holidays
908
Thurgoona to Albury via Charles Sturt University, Lavington & North Albury
  • More direct route to improve travel time
  • Route change to travel via Albury Station, providing better connections to regional train and coach services
  • Travels via Vickers Road, Dallinger Road and Catherine Crescent, including Albury Gardens Tourist Park  
  • Most Route 908 services that arrive at Thurgoona Plaza will continue as Route 909 to Albury CBD via Albury Airport and Albury Base Hospital, without the need to change buses
  • New Sunday and Public Holiday services
  • Services typically run every 60 minutes Monday to Saturday, and every two hours on Sunday and Public Holidays
909
Thurgoona to Albury via Kerr Rd, Airport and Albury Base Hospital
  • New route between Thurgoona and Albury CBD (including Albury Station) via Kerr Road and Borella Road, to travel via Albury Airport and Albury Base Hospital
  • Will service growing residential communities along Thurgoona Drive and Kerr Road
  • Services typically run every 60 minutes Monday to Saturday, and every two hours on Sunday and Public Holidays
  • Most Route 909 services that arrive at Thurgoona Plaza will continue as Route 908 to Lavington and Albury CBD, without the need to change buses

Timetable changes have been made to all routes.  Please visit Martin's travel group website or see the Routes and Timetables page for more information on bus timetables.

The timetable and existing level of services for the AW, 150 and 160 routes is unchanged as responsibility for this route is with the Department of Transport, Victoria. However, the route path of the AW service within Albury has changed to allow for this service interchange onto other Albury bus services at the same bus stop – QE2 Dean St (North Side). This results in changes to bus stop locations for the AW route within Albury CBD, with the timetabled departure time at QE2 Dean St still remaining the same. See below diagram for new stopping locations.

There will be minimal direct impacts to school services as a result of the network improvements. Overall, students will have greater travel options between their residence and school as a result of the improved network.

Yes. The fare structure will not change.

TfNSW is investigating the rollout of contactless ticketing into regional centres. However, contactless ticketing is available on all Martins services in Albury (not Dysons which remains cash only for the time being).

You can purchase a bus ticket on-board the bus from the driver.

More information about regional bus fares and ticket purchase is available at transportnsw.info/tickets-opal/regional-tickets-fares/regional-buses-fares.

Yes, hail-and-ride is possible in certain areas, however bus stops should be used if they are available. Hail and ride should only be used where bus stops are not nearby, and only from locations where it is safe to stop a bus.