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Welcome to ACTION!

The ACT Internal Omnibus Network (ACTION) provides residents and visitors to Canberra with public transport services in the ACT. For more than 35 years, ACTION has provided safe, reliable and accessible transport options - servicing four main bus stations, town centres, tourist attractions, entertainment venues, educational institutions and other destinations.

ACTION is a branch in the Roads and Public Transport Division of the Territory and Municipal Services Directorate, within the ACT Government.

Governance Framework
Governance Framework

Our Fleet
The ACTION bus fleet is made up of various bus types and models.

Our Performance
Take a look at our performance indicators so you can see how we’re travelling.

We’re seeking to employ team players who are passionate about public transport and committed to delivering the best transport operation in Australia.

Bus Advertising
Advertising on ACTION buses or at bus shelters across the ACTION network is an effective way to get your message out to your target market. Find out how to advertise with us.

Charter a Bus
Chartered bus services are available for schools, sporting bodies and other organisations hosting Territory events and festivals.

Service Policies
ACTION has a number of service policies. These policies are developed in accordance with ACTION’s Governance Framework.

Customer Service
Customer service is our top priority. The ACTION Customer Service Charter outlines our services and commitments to our customers.

We Get On Board
ACTION is proud to support local community events, charities, sporting teams and art initiatives. Find out how to get ACTION on board with your organisation.

Filming and Photography
ACTION regularly receives requests from filmmakers, photographers and broadcasters to film or photograph ACTION buses and at bus stations. Our permission is required to film or photograph on these premises.

Social Media Guidelines
Social Media Guidelines

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