November 19, 2017


Getting around the Sutherland Shire is now a whole lot easier with the launch of Transdev Link today.

Transdev Link, is a new flexible and personalised form of public transport, offering residents of the
Sutherland Shire greater convenience, service and connectivity.

Transdev’s General Manager On Demand Transport Yvette Mihelic said: “Transdev Link is a fast,
easy and direct way to connect you from your home to bus and train stations, doctor or shopping
centres within the Sutherland Shire. This is future of public transport here and now in The Sutherland

“Transdev Link is a ‘point-to-point’ On Demand Transport ride-share service – that means our four
Mercedes Sprinter shuttles can pick you up or drop you off at any address or destination within the
four On Demand zones in Jannali, West, Sylvania, Caringbah and Gymea.

“Our vehicles have been customised to provide a premium service and superior customer
experience. They are fully accessible, carry up to a maximum of 11 customers at any one time and
feature free WiFI and USB points.”

“There’s also no timetable – this is transport when you want it, at a time convenient to you. You can book a trip, from one month to one hour ahead of when you need it, via the Transdev Link app, Transdev Link website, or over the phone by calling 1800 835 465 (1800 TDLINK).”

“Once a booking is confirmed, we’ll then provide you with a 10 minute pick up time slot and a
maximum 30 minute journey time guarantee. This is all part of the service, in providing you with an
On Demand Transport service that you can depend on to get you where you want to go.”

Transdev Link services will operate Monday to Friday between 7am and 7pm and variable times on the weekend depending upon the service area.

Fares will cost a flat fee of $2.60 for adults, and $1.30 for concession card holders, payable by credit card online or cash to the driver.

Detailed maps of the Jannali West, Sylvania, Gymea and Caringbah On Demand zones are now available online at

Transdev Link is an On Demand Transport trial part of the NSW Government’s Future Transport program.