Customers on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore will benefit from more than 2,000 additional weekly bus services from later this year, including a 24/7 B-Line service.
Minister for Transport and Roads Andrew Constance said the extra services are part of a NSW Government commitment to improve services on the corridor, and will give customers more choice when they travel.
“For the first time the B-Line will offer overnight services every 30 minutes between midnight and 4am, seven days a week from Mona Vale to the CBD,” Mr Constance said.
“More people will be able to travel to and from the city at all times of the day and night which is great news for Sydney’s vibrant night time economy which is continuing to adapt to the new COVID-normal.
“These changes will also include new services operating every 10 minutes during the day, seven days a week, on selected routes across the region.”
The new all-day frequent routes include:
– Dee Why to Chatswood via Frenchs Forest (limited stops)
– Palm Beach to Manly via Mona Vale and Dee Why
– Manly to Chatswood via St Leonards
– Mosman to the city
– Mona Vale to the city (existing B-line)
There will also be new all-day services to the city from North Balgowlah, and additional peak services to the city from Allambie Heights.
To support the new frequent routes, there will be some changes to existing local and city express services, including Avalon, Warriewood Valley, Cromer, Narraweena and Balgowlah Heights, where higher frequency local services will connect to the new routes for travel to the CBD and major local centres.
To reduce duplication on the network, some routes will be replaced, there will be extra services on other routes and some routes will just have a number change.
The changes start in December – more information: www.transportnsw.info