Metroline’s Sustainability Statement

Our bus network helps our customers travel to their places of work and education, connect with their friends and family and supports high streets and local communities. To ensure that we are delivering for our customers in a way that minimises impact on the environment Metroline has a sustainability approach covering the following three areas:

  1. Enabling a climate-friendly and sustainable bus network where we operate

  2. Social responsibility to customers, employees, partners and communities

  3. Growing our business through innovation, ethical integrity and good governance

As a public transport service provider, we are mindful that the delivery of our services has a direct impact on the environment. To this end, we are transitioning towards a zero emission fleet and developing plans to reduce our carbon footprint across our operations.

Through the wellbeing of our employees, to the safety of our passengers, we are constantly looking for ways to foster social responsibility in how we operate. We encourage our employees to support projects and activities that serve our community and help protect the environment. We work with our suppliers and partners to ensure that social and ethical concerns are addressed in our business activities.

We are committed to supporting an ethical culture that encourages our employees, suppliers and partners to act with integrity in meeting the needs of our customers. The business looks to innovate to develop a more sustainable approach to performance which is overseen by a robust governance structure.



Find out more in ComfortDelGro’s latest Sustainability Report

Did you know…

We have 184 Zero Emissions Buses?

We have 184 zero emissions buses including both electric and hydrogen powered vehicles, with more buses on the way!

We have reforested over 834 trees?

Since joining the PrintReleaf Exchange in 2021,  has offset the equivalent of 6.9M letter pages of paper consumption by reforesting more than 834 trees!

We are leading the way in green technologies?

In addition to being the first operator to operate both double deck electric and hydrogen buses, we are also the first to trial a hybrid bus that has been converted into an electric.