On this page you'll find a list of all Dunedin bus route timetables, including school bus timetables for mornings and afternoons during school terms. You'll also find below a downloadable timetable booklet that includes a map of all Dunedin routes.

Dunedin Bus Hub map

The central Dunedin Bus Hub is the city's major public transport hub. Located on Great King Street, the Hub is the heart of the Orbus Dunedin bus network.

All city-bound services run through the Bus Hub, providing stops and easier transfers in a central location.

The Dunedin Bus Hub map is below, so you can see where your bus stops. 

(You can pinch and zoom into the map with your fingers if you're on a mobile device)

Orbus Dunedin Bus Hub map

Information for affected Bus Hub Stop B bus users and safety message

Stop B at the Bus Hub is currently closed.

If you normally catch the bus from Stop B

While Stop B is closed, you can get the following buses at the stops mentioned below:

  • Route 14 passengers can board at stop A 
  • Route 37 passengers should use stop C 

 

What measures has ORC taken to keep people safe at the hub?

ORC is increasing the security guard presence at the bus hub today and over the weekend. Security staff also travel on the buses from time to time. 

 

Does ORC have plans to further improve safety?

Police and security staff will increase their presence at the bus hub today and over the weekend. We acknowledge this is a serious incident and tragedy, and that it impacts people’s trust and confidence. We continue to urge people to have confidence in the safety of our bus system, however, acknowledge terrible incidents such as the loss of a young person do impact people and we’ll work hard to address that. It’s vital that we revisit current arrangements and all security requirements alongside DCC and Police, and this will happen in the days and weeks ahead.

A new multi-agency working group has been set up to focus on changing behaviour and improving safety at the Bus Hub.

Otago Regional Council, Dunedin City Council, Police, schools, bus users and the wider community will all be represented on this group which will meet regularly to develop short, medium and long-term options to improve culture at the bus hub.

 

Who should I contact if I witnessed the incident?

Please call the police, who are now investigating, on 105.

 

Who should I contact if I have any safety concerns at the hub?

Please alert security guards or the police, call 0800 ORBUSDN (0800 672 8736) or email: transport@orc.govt.nz

Otago Regional Council statement on bus hub tragedy

ORC Chair Gretchen Robertson says “Our thoughts and deepest sympathies go out to the family, and all those impacted following this tragedy” 

Read the ORC statement

Page last updated 9 July 2024.