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With a private fleet of over 1000 buses, and an additional 50 buses under management, ATG is one of Australia’s largest bus operators in Australia, ATG is 100% Australian owned.

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ATG operates the Regional Town Bus Service in Carnarvon, Western Australia on behalf of the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia – providing timetabled public transport services on seven routes in the local area.

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Using a fleet of over 25 buses, ATG provides a Regional Town Service in
Geraldton, Western Australia. The service operates seven days a week.

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ATG operates the public bus transport services in Geraldton, Western Australia and manages a fleet of over 20 Government-owned vehicles.

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ATG works closely with the City of Mandurah to design and deliver bus transport solutions for visitors attending the annual Channel Seven Mandurah Crab Fest. The weekend event attracts over 130,000 people to the local area.

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Our Discover Local History Tours and Ultimate Food Experience Tours in Carnarvon have proved to be extremely popular with visitors to the town.

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ATG, in conjunction with SEIT Outback Australia, provide a unique progressive dining experience at Uluru – served in double decker coach which has been luxuriously transformed into a 42-seat open top restaurant.

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ATG Downunder – “For the Experience”.

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Nine modern OC500LE-D Mercedes bus chassis with Volgren coachwork operate in the Port Hedland area to ensure that passengers are transported as safely and as comfortably as possible.

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TransHedland – and ATG – use the Electronic Issuing Ticketing Machine System and GPS tracking accurate to 2 metres, ensuring passengers are able to benefit from the newest technologies and that their public transport experience is as seamless as possible.

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Each weekday, approximately 800 Port Hedland residents rely on the public transport system – using services provided by ATG.

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In any given year, ATG transports almost 100,000 passengers to and from the Perth airport to the South West region of Western Australia.

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We operate four daily services from the Perth International and Domestic airport terminals to the regional centres of Bunbury, Margaret River, Dunsborough, Busselton, Manjimup and Collie.

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ATG works as a key logistics partner for the Karratha Life Extension Project, and transfers between 1,500 and 2,000 workers per week to and from the Karratha gas plant facility.

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ATG provides wedding transport services for over 70 weddings per year in the Busselton / Margaret River region alone.

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ATG works with the Redhill Auditorium, an entertainment venue 40 kilometres from Perth, to transfer up to 5,000 passengers between the Perth CBD and the venue before and after events.

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ATG works closely with East Kalgoorlie Primary School to provide a door-to-door transport service for students. We work closely with the school, designated Bus Aides and parents to provide a safe, reliable service that meets the needs of all students.

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Since 2014, ATG has exclusively provided comprehensive transport services to Christ Church Grammar School, including before- and after-school bus services between the school and neighbouring suburbs.

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ATG combines the resources of metropolitan and regional depots to provide comprehensive bus services to more than 30 schools in Western Australia.

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Since 2012, ATG has been servicing the underground mining industry in Western Australia. We work closely with clients to ensure vehicles are appropriately modified, accessorised, specified and certified to satisfy regulatory and customer requirements and to exceed industry best-practice.

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ATG has worked with a number of Australia’s largest companies including Rio Tinto Ltd, QANTAS Ltd, Crown Ltd, and Woodside Petroleum Ltd, and a number of significant Governmental and local authorities including the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia, the Department of Health, and the Department of Corrections.

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“I have dedicated 37 years to the public transport sector in Australia and overseas. Transportation is a true ‘people’ business evolving into a new era of innovative technologies. The more I understand employees, clients and customers and their needs, the more committed I become to meeting these needs.” Murray Goosen, Senior Operations Manager.

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A broad geographical presence

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A broad geographical presence 

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