AN EXTRA 315 BUS SERVICES ROLL INTO SYDNEY’S WEST AND NORTH WEST

AN EXTRA 315 BUS SERVICES ROLL INTO SYDNEY’S WEST AND NORTH WEST

Customers in Sydney’s West and North West will benefit from 315 extra weekly bus services, taking the number of 964760_603047333048590_1018812734_oextra public transport services introduced by the NSW Government to more than 14,000.

Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance said the services, which begintomorrow, include a brand new bus route with 175 extra weekly Hillsbus services connecting Blacktown and Parramatta, as well as 140 extra services on existing routes.

“As key employment hubs in Sydney’s West and North West continue to grow, the NSW Government is determined to ensure the public transport services are in place to help people get around,” Mr Constance said.

“We are committed to making public transport the number one option by providing extra services when and where they’re needed and today’s announcement is proof we’re getting on with the job.”

The new Hillsbus route (the 706 service) will operate between Blacktown and Parramatta via Kings Langley, Winston Hills and Northmead.

Hillsbus is also introducing extra weekly services on popular routes connecting suburbs including Rouse Hill, Parramatta, Castle Hill and the City.

The extra weekly services on existing Hillsbus routes include:

  • 40 additional trips per week on route M60 between Castle Hill and Pennant Hills via Cherrybrook, providing additional services during morning and afternoon peak periods
  • 20 additional trips per week on route T65 between Rouse Hill Town Centre and Parramatta via the North-West T-way, providing additional services during morning peak periods
  • 20 additional trips per week on route T64 between Rouse Hill Town Centre and Parramatta via the Norwest Business Park, Norwest Private Hospital and the North-West T-way, providing additional services during morning and afternoon peak periods
  • 20 additional trips per week on route T63 between Rouse Hill Town Centre and Parramatta via the North-West T-way, providing additional services during morning and afternoon peak periods
  • 20 additional trips per week on route 617X between Rouse Hill and the City via the North-West T-way and M2, providing additional services during morning peak periods
  • 15 additional trips per week on route 607X between Rouse Hill Town Centre and the City via the North-West T-way and M2, providing additional services during morning peak periods
  • 5 additional trips per week on route 601 between Rouse Hill Town Centre and Parramatta via Windsor Road, providing additional services during morning peak periods

Since coming to government, the NSW Liberals & Nationals have delivered an extra 14,130 weekly public transport services, including 12,180 bus services, 1,730 train services and 220 ferry services.

 

To find out more about extra services and timetable information, customers can visittransportnsw.info or check their real time apps, available from the App Store and Google Play.

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