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Metro Tasmania

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Metro Tasmania Pty Ltd is a state owned company established in February 1998. The company trades as Metro and operates bus services in Hobart, Launceston and Burnie. Metro is the largest passenger transport company in Tasmania.

Questions & Answers

Q: Who do I contact if I wish to enquire about employment with Metro?
A: Please contact:
Metro Tasmania Human Resources Department
P.O. Box 61
Moonah TAS 7009

Phone: 13 22 01

Q: How do I find out more about the new Metro Greencard?
A: You'll find lots of information on the Greencard webpage. If you can't find the answers there, please email Metro or call 13 22 01.

Q: I have a question about bus shelters or bus stops; who do I contact?
A: Please email Metro with your questions or call 13 22 01.

Q: How do I find out about school services?
A: Information about school services is available on the Timetables and Maps page of this website - scroll down the page to find the school services for your area.

Q: How do I apply for a Free Student Pass
A: Free Student Passes are administered by the Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources. Read more about Free Student passes here. Applications can be submitted via DIER’s website at

Q: Where is the Metro Shop located in Hobart, and what services does it provide?
A: The Metro Shop is located in the Hobart Bus Mall at 22 Elizabeth Street (next to Westpac). The Metro Shop sells Greencards and Greencard credit, provides timetables, answers queries and is an extremely helpful "port of call" for those who are not sure how Metro's system works.

Q: What services does Metro run on a public holiday?

A: Metro operates Sunday services on all public holidays, including Christmas Day and Good Friday.

Q: Who do I contact to ask about an item lost on a bus?
A: Call 13 22 01.

Q: How do I read the new format pocket timetables?
A: Click here to read the information sheet.

Q: How do I read the new format timetables at the bus stops?
A: Click here to read the information sheet