Northern Beaches B-line

As well as a double-decker bus service between the Northern Beaches and the Sydney CBD, the B-Line program includes modern bus stops, new commuter car parks and roadworks to improve traffic flow.

Frequent, turn-up-and-go B-Line bus services provide more seats and comfortable travel for customers between Mona Vale and the city centre. Customers can access real-time service information at one of the 10 modern bus stops.




Commuter car parks have opened at Mona Vale, Warriewood, Narrabeen, Dee Why, Brookvale, and Manly Vale. With a total of 900 car spaces and bike parking, they are designed for public transport customers to connect to a transport hub or B-Line stop.

To improve traffic flow and ease congestion, the government is also building new bus lanes, bus bays and other improvements along the B-Line route. The work completed to date has helped to reduce the journey time between Mona Vale and Wynyard by around nine minutes.

What customers are saying


More than 5.9 million passenger trips have been made on the B-Line bus service in the 12 months since it launched in November 2017.

Customer satisfaction with the service is above 90%.

How the project is tracking

B-Line buses began services in November 2017 and the commuter car parks have been completed.

Road work continues along the B-Line corridor.

Plan your trip.

B-Line buses trial life-saving technology

The B-Line bus fleet will trial a safety device that will offer customers and road users a new level of protection.
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