Latrobe Valley Bus Lines

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Latrobe Valley Bus Lines is committed to passenger and staff safety. Please click here to view our public statement regarding COVID-19.

Providing professional and reliable bus transport within the Latrobe Valley

Latrobe Valley Bus Lines (LVBL) is proudly part of The Dineen Group of Companies and has been serving the public transport needs of Latrobe Valley and Gippsland residents since 1948.

Our priorities of safety and access are reflected in the professionalism of our employees, and the quality of fleet. Our team of Bus Drivers, Chaperones, Mechanical Technicians, Body Technicians, Apprentices and Administrators work with the Department of Transport to provide ongoing development of safe, reliable public transport across the region.

In an Australian first, with the support of Public Transport Victoria (PTV) LVBL introduced the first of eight Volvo Euro 6 hybrid Route Service buses during 2018 as part of our commitment to reducing the environmental footprint. Our ongoing investment in hybrid technology is in keeping with the company’s commitment to operating a socially and environmentally responsible business. As well as reducing noise and improving passenger comfort, hybrid buses produce fewer emissions and use up to 30 per cent less fuel than conventional diesel buses.

LVBL is the only bus company in Australia and New Zealand to have achieved B Corp Certification ( for displaying verified social and environmental responsibility to the community. B Corps are for-profit companies certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.

Latrobe Valley Bus Lines supports a range of grassroots community organisations, including The Kindred Spirits Foundation (KSF) (, who are dedicated to support individuals, groups or communities to build on their strengths and through skills and training, reach their dreams. Other initiatives include The Big Red Kidney Bus ( )(In conjunction with Kidney Health Australia), Latrobe Women in Business (, and LVBL Staff Foundation which gives our employees the opportunity to donate a portion of their salary each week to charities close to their heart. Bi-annually the staff nominate charities and all financial contributions are matched by Kindred Spirits.

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*Diversion - Route 5*The bridge in Tyers is currently inaccessible until further notice. Route 5 is unable to service the Tyers stop until cleared by VicRoads.We apologise for any inconvenience caused.#tyers #roadworks #latrobevalley #Moe #morwell #traralgon #mymorwell #bus #diversion ... See MoreSee Less
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It’s R U OK?Day and we’re calling on everyone to check in with the people in their world and ask if they’re really OK, not just today but every day.The ups and downs of life can affect each of us differently. Sometimes it won’t be obvious that someone is struggling, but having the support of family, friends and close colleagues can help those close to us better navigate the challenges that come their way. Don't wait until someone is visibly distressed or in crisis to ask them how they're really going. Make a moment meaningful and ask, "are you OK?" because your conversation could change a life. If you want to support someone but aren’t sure where to start, follow these four steps: ASK R U OK? – Pick the right time and place and ask them how they're going.LISTEN – Listen with an open mind and without judgement. ENCOURAGE ACTION - Encourage them to do something that might lighten the load.CHECK IN – Remember to check in again soon. Your ongoing care and support can make a difference. Are they really OK? Ask them today.Find more conversation tips at #RUOKDay #aretheyreallyOK ... See MoreSee Less
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