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ComfortDelGro's Australian subsidiary wins bid to operate bus services in Darwin

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan6/2/2022 08:36 AM GMT+08  • 3 min read
ComfortDelGro's Australian subsidiary wins bid to operate bus services in Darwin
One of the buses run by ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia. Photo: ComfortDelGro
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ComfortDelGro Australia (CDC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of SGX-listed ComfortDelGro (CDG), has won the Northern Territory government tender for a six-year contract to become the sole operator of public bus transport services in Darwin, Palmerston, the rural areas and special needs services within the region.

The tender was won through CDC’s subsidiary, CDC Darwin. CDC Darwin was formerly known as Buslink NT.

The Darwin and Urban service contract areas cover a significant part of the public transport network in the Northern Territory, with 170 vehicles operating across more than 180 bus routes, and moving some 5.7 million passengers annually.

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