From 1 July, all Buslink buses and driver uniforms will also carry the new brand, CDC Northern Territory.
- New look
- Same friendly drivers
- Same reliable services
- PLUS extra staff and services
ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia Pty Ltd (CDC), through its subsidiary CDC Darwin Pty Ltd (formerly Buslink NT Pty Ltd), has won the Northern Territory Government tender for a six-year contract as the sole operator of public bus transport services in Darwin, Palmerston, Rural Areas and Special Needs Services within the region. CDC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore listed company, ComfortDelGro Corporation Limited.
The Darwin and Urban service contract areas cover a significant part of Northern Territory’s public transport network, with 170 vehicles operating across more than 180 bus routes, moving approximately 5.7 million passengers every year.
These contract areas are in addition to the Alice Springs, Batchelor and Jabiru school services, which were awarded to CDC entities in late 2021. CDC also continues to operate the Urban bus network contract in Alice Springs.
Important Rebranding and New Contract Information
- Commencing the new contract from 1 July, CDC will operate under the new CDC Northern Territory branding, replacing the current Buslink branding.
- The company will expand its operations to employ over 340 people and operate more than 210 buses in the Northern Territory.
- From July 1 2022, all Darwin Bus services will carry new CDC Northern Territory logos with information and services listed at cdcnorthernterritory.com.au.
- Effective immediately, all former Buslink-branded services across Darwin and regional NT are listed on this website under the new brand, CDC Northern Territory.
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