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There are changes to expected frequencies on some Transdev bus routes over the coming days as a number of drivers are required to isolate to help contain the spread of coronavirus.
Services will return to Route 246 from Clifton Hill to Elsternwick, which will resume its rapid running trial timetable today, meaning buses will run to a 10-minute frequency from 7am to 7pm weekdays.
There have been three positive tests for COVID-19 among operational staff based at the North Fitzroy and Doncaster depots and two at Sunshine West depot.
The affected routes will run at the following frequency:
Route 202 – Yarra Bend to Melbourne University, 25 minutes
Route 215 – Caroline Springs to Highpoint SC, 60 minutes
Route 216 – Sunshine Station to City, 30 minutes
Route 220 – Sunshine Station to City, 30 minutes
Route 223 – Somerville Road to Highpoint SC, 30 minutes
Route 232 – Altona Park & Ride to Queen Victoria Market, 30 minutes
Route 235 – Fisherman’s Bend to Queen Victoria Market (via Williamstown Road), 30 minutes
Route 237 – Fisherman’s Bend to Queen Victoria Market (via Lorimer Street), 60 minutes
Route 250 – La Trobe University to City, 40 minutes
Route 251 – Northland SC to City, 40 minutes
Route 350 – City to La Trobe University via Eastern Freeway, 60 minutes
Route 426 – Caroline Springs to Sunshine Station, 60 minutes
Route 429 – Sunshine South Loop, 60 minutes
There will be no services operating on Route 318 City to Deep Creek.
There will be a significant number of cancellations in the morning and afternoon peak periods on routes 303 and 903.
There will also be some morning peak cancellations on routes 270, 905, 906, 907, and 908 .
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