Bus services in the Greater Sydney Metropolitan area are divided into 15 regions, serviced by individual contracts. Historically, these contracts have been operated by a combination of the State Transit Authority and private operators.
Bus Contract 10 covers southern Sydney between between Bankstown, the Sutherland Shire and Engadine.
Contract 10 will be procured as part of Transport for NSW's upcoming procurement processes for 10 out of the 14 Greater Sydney Metropolitan Bus Contracts.
The contract will be procured in Tranche Two alongside Contracts Three, Five and 13. Transport for NSW have indicated that all four contracts can be procured together in a joint bid.
|Oct 2019||Project Announcement|
|Apr 2022||RFT Open|
|May 2022||RFT Close|
|Jan 2023||Expected Contract Award|
|Procuring Agency:||Transport for NSW|
|Oct 2019||The NSW Government announced it will competitively tender 13 of the 14 Sydney metropolitan bus contracts between 2020 and 2023. This follows the award of Bus Region Six in 2018 to Transit Systems. The NSW Government also announced it will be replacing Sydney's diesel bus fleet with electric vehicles.|
|Dec 2019||An industry briefing detailed the procurement timeline for the contracts to be procured between 2020 and 2023.|
|Jul 2021||An industry briefing was held, confirming the procurement structure and schedule of the 10 upcoming contracts.|
|Apr 2022||Transport for NSW issued an RFT for tranche two contracts - regions three, five 10 and 13.|