Technical Clarification

Clarification for stops at the end of a route

Technical Clarification Number


The Commuting Mass Transport Guide states that, "Only services which arrive at the stop can be used to calculate the average interval for the morning peak period; conversely only services that depart from the stop can be used to calculate the afternoon peak period." In addition, "A route with services for two directions (e.g. northbound and southbound) where one direction only has services in the morning and the other direction only has services in the afternoon is considered one route."

People can only arrive from one direction in the morning then depart in the opposite direction to go home in the afternoon. There is mass transit service provided in only one map direction from the project site.

Clarification: A route in which the closest stop to the project site is at the end of the route (termination or turn-around point) is considered one route, even if services are provided in both directions all day long.


Credit Interpretation Request

Future Services for MyCiti bus

Credit Interpretation Request Number


Future MyCiti bus services may be included in calculations for Tra-4 Commuting Mass Transport. Where bus services are included for credit (as mainline, feeder or connecting services) but not operational at the time of the Green Star SA submission.

The most recent schedules, maps and other relevant information from the MyCiti website may be used and is acceptable evidence towards your Green Star SA submission.

For future routes and information not available on the MyCiti website, a confirmation from the relevant transport authority of the planned service frequency, hours of operation and route applicable to the project site is required.

Do note that all other documentation requirements/TC’s and CIR’s remain unchanged.



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