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Dee Why

B-Line services to commence at Dee Why from Sunday 26 November

Customers will be able to catch the new B-Line service from Dee Why. The northbound and southbound B-Line bus stops on Pittwater Road feature real-time passenger information displays.

The B-Line provides frequent and reliable bus service operating between Mona Vale and Wynyard with 10 stops at Mona Vale, Warriewood, Narrabeen, Collaroy, Dee Why, Brookvale, Manly Vale, Spit Junction, Neutral Bay Junction and Wynyard, with services proposed to be extended to Newport in 2018.

B-Line bus services provide more seats, more on-board comfort and more services, more often. Other benefits include in-seat USB chargers and priority seating for people with accessibility needs.

The B-Line is a turn-up- and-go service 7 days a week, running from 4.30am until 12.30am.

With the introduction of B-Line, six new car parks, providing up to 900 new car spaces for commuters have been commissioned or are currently being constructed. There will be up to 120 parking spaces allocated to commuter car parking in the car park of the new PCYC facility on the corner of Fisher Road and The Kingsway, Dee Why, and can be accessed via Civic Parade.

The car park includes a total of 120 parking spaces on Level 3 and will operate 5.30am to midnight Monday to Saturday, 6.30am to midnight Sundays and Public Holidays.

Work to continue at Dee Why

The Northern Beaches B-Line Program is an integrated program of service and infrastructure improvements design to support more frequent and reliable bus services for customers travelling between Northern Beaches and the Sydney CBD.

As part of this program, there are a series of road improvements across the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore designed to help traffic flow more easily and make bus services more reliable.

A number of changes are planned for roads along the B-Line route to improve traffic flow, bus journey times and reliability, including Dee Why. Road work will continue into 2018, including changes to the southbound bus lane and median on Pittwater Road.

Once the construction of the Meriton Apartments on Pittwater Road near the corner of Howard Avenue has been completed, the new southbound B-Line bus stop will be installed. This is expected to be completed in late 2018.

For further information about what works are underway in your area please email projects@transport.nsw.gov.au or call 1800 048 751.

B-Line services to commence at Dee Why from Sunday 26 November

Customers will be able to catch the new B-Line service from Dee Why. The northbound and southbound B-Line bus stops on Pittwater Road feature real-time passenger information displays.

The B-Line provides frequent and reliable bus service operating between Mona Vale and Wynyard with 10 stops at Mona Vale, Warriewood, Narrabeen, Collaroy, Dee Why, Brookvale, Manly Vale, Spit Junction, Neutral Bay Junction and Wynyard, with services proposed to be extended to Newport in 2018.

B-Line bus services provide more seats, more on-board comfort and more services, more often. Other benefits include in-seat USB chargers and priority seating for people with accessibility needs.

The B-Line is a turn-up- and-go service 7 days a week, running from 4.30am until 12.30am.

With the introduction of B-Line, six new car parks, providing up to 900 new car spaces for commuters have been commissioned or are currently being constructed. There will be up to 120 parking spaces allocated to commuter car parking in the car park of the new PCYC facility on the corner of Fisher Road and The Kingsway, Dee Why, and can be accessed via Civic Parade.

The car park includes a total of 120 parking spaces on Level 3 and will operate 5.30am to midnight Monday to Saturday, 6.30am to midnight Sundays and Public Holidays.

Work to continue at Dee Why

The Northern Beaches B-Line Program is an integrated program of service and infrastructure improvements design to support more frequent and reliable bus services for customers travelling between Northern Beaches and the Sydney CBD.

As part of this program, there are a series of road improvements across the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore designed to help traffic flow more easily and make bus services more reliable.

A number of changes are planned for roads along the B-Line route to improve traffic flow, bus journey times and reliability, including Dee Why. Road work will continue into 2018, including changes to the southbound bus lane and median on Pittwater Road.

Once the construction of the Meriton Apartments on Pittwater Road near the corner of Howard Avenue has been completed, the new southbound B-Line bus stop will be installed. This is expected to be completed in late 2018.

For further information about what works are underway in your area please email projects@transport.nsw.gov.au or call 1800 048 751.