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Tassielink wishes to advise Passengers that the 737 Bicheno - Hobart service that arrives in Sorell at 11am has been delayed due to an incident on the Tasman Hwy. Please remain at all stops and we will be with you as soon as possible We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
A reminder that Tassielink Transit no longer operate a service between Hobart – Launceston – Devonport (Spirit of Tasmania) Please refer to https://www.transport.tas.gov.au/public_transport/bus_timetables
Local Hamper The Christmas thank you gift to our team this year considered other Tasmanian businesses as we designed a Tasmanian product hamper. Our Team Putting aside their own Covid impact during a forever changing year, our Tassielink Team continued to arrive at work every day, in their buses, behind their desk and in their overalls school children arrived at school, passengers reached their destination of work and essential services. Drivers smiling at our customers with a greeting day in day out. Especially at this time of the year we would like to acknowledge the commitment and dedication of our team during the difficult times of COVID – 19 and the year 2020. Tassielink Transit wishes all our great teams in Launceston, West Coast, East Coast, Port Arthur, Huon Valley and Hobart along with our customers, suppliers and fellow businesses all the very best for Christmas as we look forward to the year 2021 During the Christmas New Year holiday period our teams will still be here with the exception our office will be closed on Christmas Day. For Christmas Day services and updates please refer to our timetables https://www.transport.tas.gov.au/public_transport/bus_timetables and Facebook for details Using products from around Tasmania our hamper included
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Concessions

Bus Routes and Concessions are changing in Tasmania as a result of the bus network review undertaken as part of Project 2018.

Changes to Concessions from 19th Jan 2020

The Tasmanian Government provides public transport concessions to ensure those most in need have access to essential services. Concessions are provided to students, people on low incomes, people with a disability, older Tasmanians and those who have served their country or community. As part of the changes to improve public transport a set of common concessions for adults will be applied across Tasmania, creating a fairer concession system for Tasmanians. These changes came into effect on 19 January 2020.

Previously there have been two sets of different concessions – one for urban areas and another for non-urban areas. The main change is that any concession card accepted on the urban network, will also be accepted on the non-urban network. Concession fares in non-urban areas will continue to be distance-based fares, set at half the price of a full adult fare.

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Adult ConcessionsChild | Student Concessions

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