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  • 613 expected in service (30 Sep)
  • 616 delivered (27 Sep)
  • New AOA on 413 for Callida Consulting
  • AOAs removed from 414 & 415
  • 615 delivered (16 Sep)
  • AOAs removed from 348 & 445
  • 612 entered service (13 Sep)

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Featured Bus - September/October 2016
Bus 675 on Alinga Street, City Interchange



Bus 675 was a Renault (MACK) PR100.2 (Mk1) with body by Ansair Tullamarine, which entered service at Kingston Depot in late April 1987.

It was the first bus of what would be 258 Renault PR100.2 buses ordered by ACTION – the largest ever single-model bus order made by Canberra.

The PR100.2 was chosen for Canberra after an evaluation of several alternative models including Leyland Lynx B50 and Scania BR112H – as well as the existing Mercedes-Benz O.305 buses.

Bus 675 was withdrawn from service in May 2000. Over sixteen years later, 84 PR100.2 buses are still travelling the roads of Canberra. (Information current as at 1 Sep 2016.)

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ACT Bus Fleetwiki is the most comprehensive source of ACTION Buses fleet information. Our information is presented in a number of ways: summary tables, lists and individual vehicle pages - which include a photograph and additional information. Articles are linked together through categories so that you can find all vehicles that fit certain criteria.

How to search: Enter the vehicle you are searching for into the search box in the format of "BUS 350" (where 350 is the fleet number). Since many fleet numbers have been re-used, a sequence number will be included for each time the number has been used (e.g. BUS 350 (2) ). You can also browse through the pages and categories above.

How to submit changes: Edit access has been restricted to protect the integrity of our data. If you would like to notify us of a change or an error, please use our Contact Us webpage.

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Featured Bus
Bus 675 on Alinga Street, City Interchange

Bus 675 was a Renault (MACK) PR100.2 (Mk1) with body by Ansair Tullamarine, which entered service at Kingston Depot in late April 1987.

It was the first bus of what would be 258 Renault PR100.2 buses ordered by ACTION – the largest ever single-model bus order made by Canberra.

The PR100.2 was chosen for Canberra after an evaluation of several alternative models including Leyland Lynx B50 and Scania BR112H – as well as the existing Mercedes-Benz O.305 buses.

Bus 675 was withdrawn from service in May 2000. Over sixteen years later, 84 PR100.2 buses are still travelling the roads of Canberra. (Information current as at 1 Sep 2016.)

About Us

ACT Bus Fleetwiki is the most comprehensive source of ACTION Buses fleet information. Our information is presented in a number of ways: summary tables, lists and individual vehicle pages - which include a photograph and additional information. Articles are linked together through categories so that you can find all vehicles that fit certain criteria.

How to search: Enter the vehicle you are searching for into the search box in the format of "BUS 350" (where 350 is the fleet number). Since many fleet numbers have been re-used, a sequence number will be included for each time the number has been used (e.g. BUS 350 (2) ). You can also browse through the pages and categories above.

How to submit changes: Edit access has been restricted to protect the integrity of our data. If you would like to notify us of a change or an error, please use our Contact Us webpage.

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