B-Line Bus Fleet

The first of 38 new B-Line double deck buses arrived in Australia last month.

The buses, which are being assembled in Malaysia, have capacity for 85 seated passengers which is around 20 more seats than the bendy-buses which currently operate on the Northern Beaches and almost double that of the standard two door buses.

Customers will start to see them on the road in the next few weeks as we start commissioning and driver training, with the remainder of the fleet arriving in Sydney over the next few months.

When the new turn-up-and-go B-Line services launch later this year, customers will benefit from a bus service every 10 minutes between the Northern Beaches and the CBD and every five minutes during peak times in the peak direction.

The first of 38 new B-Line double deck buses arrived in Australia last month.

The buses, which are being assembled in Malaysia, have capacity for 85 seated passengers which is around 20 more seats than the bendy-buses which currently operate on the Northern Beaches and almost double that of the standard two door buses.

Customers will start to see them on the road in the next few weeks as we start commissioning and driver training, with the remainder of the fleet arriving in Sydney over the next few months.

When the new turn-up-and-go B-Line services launch later this year, customers will benefit from a bus service every 10 minutes between the Northern Beaches and the CBD and every five minutes during peak times in the peak direction.