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Getting around Dunedin

Getting around Dunedin is easy, with many transport options, you can walk, cycle, scoot, take the bus, carpool, and drive.

Here you will find information on how to travel to school, to work, how to use the transport infrastructure around the city, and where to find bus information.

Getting to school

Getting to work

Rideshare

Taking the bus

Scootering

Road safety

Getting to school

Thinking about walking, scooting, taking the bus or biking to school? We're here to support safe and sustainable travel to school, and help create healthy habits that last a lifetime.

Getting to work

Dunedin’s population is growing and, with major infrastructure projects underway and lined up, our city is changing.

Rideshare

With a growing population in Dunedin, there are more cars travelling on our roads. Most cars on our roads are single occupancy, driving side by side into the city in the morning, and out again in the afternoon.

Taking the bus

In Dunedin, Otago Regional Council is responsible for planning and tendering out the bus services, marketing, and providing information on bus services to the public.

Scootering

This page contains information on e-scooters use in Dunedin.

Road safety

This page outlines several road safety initiatives that the Council and community organisations in Dunedin have engaged throughout the years.

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