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The new and improved Hobart City Interchange opened on Sunday, 11 October 2020.

The upgrade has seen the installation of new shelters and seating, new bus stop signage and improved timetable information, making waiting more comfortable and finding the right bus easier.

A collaboration between the state government, City of Hobart and Metro Tasmania, this is the first significant upgrade of the bus mall since 1992.

The reopening means the return of Lenah Valley, Florence Heights and Springfield services to the Elizabeth street bus mall (new stop B1) and the Mount Stuart and West Hobart services moving to Liverpool street stop L1.

Under the new stop naming system, A1 and A2 will host the Northern Turn Up and Go and Express services and A3 will host Eastern Shore Turn Up and Go and Express services, along with routes to Geilston Bay and Risdon Vale.

C1 will host Goodwood, Lutana, Howrah Heights, Rosny Point, Mornington/Warrane and Seven Mile Beach via Cambridge services.

The stops D1 and D2 will cover southern routes including Sandy Bay, University, Taroona, South Hobart and Kingston, as well as regional services to the Channel and Huon Valley.

Stop D4, outside town hall, in Elizabeth Street, is for regional services to Tasman Peninsula, Sorell, Richmond and East Coast.

For more information on timetables and new stop maps visit the Metro website or your local Metro shop.