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Connect - Issue 7

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CDC Victoria is pleased to announce that its new mega depot, Wyndham Depot is now complete and fully operational. The new depot sees the amalgamation of two old depots - Altona and Werribee in Melbourne’s West - allowing for operations of both depots to be centralised from one location.

The brand new state-of-the-art facility now houses 302 employees including 33 head office staff, 11 administration staff, 239 drivers and 19 maintenance crew. Wyndham depot will house an initial fleet of 146 buses – which will be used throughout its 28 bus routes, school runs and private charter hire.

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We’re pleased to announce that our Operations and Customer Centre (OCC) has now moved into its new premises at Wyndham Depot. This move further highlights CDC Victoria’s commitment to service delivery, driver safety and operational excellence ensuring that drivers have a reliable, well informed and understanding guide available to provide them with support.

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On Wednesday, 24th January 2018 CDC Victoria launched a brand new Community Engagement (CE) initiative - 'A day in the life of…" in partnership with PTV's 'Bring your kids to work day'.

17 kids ranging in age from eight to 13, two parents and four staff who run PTV's 'Bring your kids to work day' initiative participated in this new event.

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In March 2018, CDC Victoria will join the ranks of other multinationals around the world by launching its inaugural ‘Workplace Giving Program’. The new program will enable drivers and employees to donate a regular portion of their pre-tax income to five charitable organisations – which have been specifically identified in a recent staff survey.

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CDC Victoria's monthly bus service provides Brimbank widows with a safe, comfortable ride to visit relatives at Keilor Cemetery.

Eleven times a year, a free bus service run by CDC Victoria picks elderly passengers up at St Albans Market and transports them to and from Keilor Cemetery. The monthly bus service happens on the first Tuesday of every month (except in November) and is testament to CDC Victoria's commitment to serving the community.

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