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Proposed Blacktown bus layover facility

Transport for NSW is seeking your feedback on a new bus layover facility at Sunnyholt Road and Gordon Street, Blacktown.
Two moving buses on a public street.
Two moving buses on a public street.

What’s this about?

The bus interchange at Blacktown train station is at capacity and is impacting bus services during peak hours.

Located east of Sunnyholt Road along the North West Transitway between Sackville Street and Gordon Street, the proposed bus layover facility will provide additional bus holding capacity and improve the reliability and efficiency of bus services while easing congestion for all road users.

Key features of the proposal:

  • A 12m wide surfaced bus layover area, with 3.5m wide bus bays on either side.
  • Capacity to hold 11 buses with a 5m wide central travel lane.
  • A single-level driver’s facility building that houses a lunchroom and toilet block, with a dedicated footpath for safe access to these facilities.
  • Bus entry from the North West Transitway and exit onto Gordon Street.
  • Retaining wall, landscaping, and drainage.
  • Modified noise wall if needed.

Project benefits:

  • Additional bus holding capacity to support the nearby bus interchange at Blacktown train station.
  • Additional facilities for drivers to take a break between trips.
  • Allow for the timely and efficient operation of bus services in the area.

Have your say

Have your say by Tuesday, 2 November 2021.

There are two ways to provide your feedback:


5 October 2021 to 2 November 2021


5 October 2021 to 2 November 2021
9:00am to 11:59pm

Phone: 1800 719 649

Consultation period

From:5 October 2021
To:2 November 2021

See consultation methods

More information

Email: Project team
Phone: 1800 719 649
Agency Website
Consultation Website

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