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Southern Cross Transit

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Parent  Frank Oliveri
Headquarters  Karana Downs
Service type  Bus & coach operator
Founded  1980
Service area  Ipswich
Depots  1

Southern Cross Transit is an Australian operator of school bus and charter services in the western suburbs of Brisbane and Ipswich in South East Queensland.

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History

Southern Cross Transit was formed in 1980 by former Lowe's Bus Service, Sydney proprietor Wally Horwood. It built up a network of school buses in the western suburbs of Brisbane and Ipswich.

In August 2002, Southern Cross Transit was purchased by the Oliveri family, proprietors of Interline Bus Services, Sydney. In August 2008, Southern Cross commenced operating a service between Ipswich and Indoorpilly. This ceased in June 2009.

Fleet

As at October 2014, the fleet consisted of 25 buses and coaches. Fleet livery is white and red.

Depots

Southern Cross Transit operates out of depot in Karana Downs.

References

Southern Cross Transit Wikipedia


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