New public transport timetables are now in effect

Published 27th November, 2017 in Public transport, Transport

Transport for NSW has simplified the transport network to increase capacity, deliver more services and provide better connections between trains, buses and ferries.

Commuters walking off the train

There are now more than 1500 extra weekly train services, including 750 new weekend train services, along with almost 7000 new weekly bus services and more than 140 new weekly ferry services across the Sydney network.

Trains

Trains will come every 15 minutes across most of the day at 71 per cent of train stations.

More trains are coming to south-west and western Sydney, including at Leppington and Edmondson Park. Customers on the T3 Bankstown line between Liverpool and the Sydney CBD can catch new, fast train services.

Buses

There are 3200 extra weekly services on a redesigned Northern Beaches bus network, including services on the brand new B-Line.

Customers on routes in the Macarthur and Hills Districts, Inner West, Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore and Northern Suburbs also receive extra weekly bus services.

Ferries

As well as a more ferry services, a new Cross Harbour ferry route will link the Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore, Inner West and Sydney CBD.

More information

Plan your public transport journey by visiting transportnsw.info, using the trip planning apps on your mobile device or phoning the Transport Info Line on 131 500. 

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Published 27th November, 2017 in Public transport, Transport