There are 180 bus shelters of varying types and sizes throughout the City.
Approximately 40 shelters are owned and maintained by private contractors with the remaining shelters owned and maintained by the City.
It is the responsibility of the Public Transport Authority (PTA) to chose the position of bus stops along bus routes. The City is responsible for providing paved areas, seating and shelters.
The PTA has a program to upgrade over 400 bus stops within the City so they comply with Disability Standards. When the program is completed all bus stops will consist of a concrete hardstand with a kerb height of 150mm and tactile ground surface indicators.
Report damage to shelters
Any damage to shelters can be reported directly to the City :
Adopt a bus shelter
Take an active part in enhancing your community by adopting a bus shelter.
The City runs the "adopt a bus shelter" program as part of our commitment to tackle graffiti.
Visit the adopt a shelter page to find out more, and volunteer.