On-Demand Transport

Rethinking transport networks to improve connectivity and flexibility is at the heart of our on-demand transport solutions.

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On Demand Transport

We aim to deliver reliable and competitive first and last mile services that encourage more use of public transport and create hassle-free journeys.

On-demand transport connects new and existing networks to deliver more choice and more convenience across high and low demand routes.

In partnership with Transport for NSW, CDC operates on-demand transport services, as part of plans to best serve our customers by providing flexible transport services and point to point transportation.

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In March 2019, CDC introduced Woopi Connect, a point‑to‑point on‑demand service in Woolgoolga in northern New South Wales. Bookings for this service are now facilitated through a new and improved booking app launched in 2023 which includes a range of features, including real-time vehicle tracking, on-demand and pre-scheduled ride bookings, secure payment integration and an intelligent algorithm to improve routing efficiency. This service provides people from communities like Woolgoolga, Safety Beach, Mullaway, Arrawarra, Arrawarra Headland and Corindi Beach with a way to live more independent and fulfilling lives by allowing them access to personalised and cost-effective public transport.

CDC has also partnered with Public Transport Victoria to provide the FlexiRide on-demand bus service in Tarneit North. The first of its kind in the area, this service provides essential transport connections to transport hubs, school and local shopping centres in the western suburbs of Melbourne. To manage bookings, CDC works with the Victorian Government to use the FlexiRide App, which also provides real-time service information. On-demand services provide flexible transport for inter-peak and off-peak periods, reducing the number of low patronage fixed route trips and optimising efficiencies by improving passenger groups and reducing kilometres travelled.

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