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Narrabeen

B-Line services to commence at Narrabeen from Sunday 26 November

From Sunday 26 November 2017, customers will be able to catch the new B-Line service from Narrabeen. The new northbound and southbound B-Line bus stops on Pittwater Road feature real-time passenger information displays, weather protection and seating.

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. Upon completion, each of these car parks will provide accessible parking, bike racks or sheds. Each car park has been designed for public transport customers to easily connect to a nearby transport hub or B-Line stop

The car park at Berry Reserve, Narrabeen will open on Sunday 26 November 2017 to coincide with the start of B-Line services, providing 40 additional commuter car parking spaces.

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.

There is no need to plan your trip on B-Line – it is a turn up and go service, 7 days a week, running from 4.30am until 12.30am.

Work to continue at Narrabeen

The 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.

Work will continue at Narrabeen on the new amenities block behind the B-Line bus stop at Berry Reserve. Work will also continue on the new pedestrian plaza and basketball court which is being relocated next to the Tramshed Arts and Community Centre.

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.

B-Line services to commence at Narrabeen from Sunday 26 November

From Sunday 26 November 2017, customers will be able to catch the new B-Line service from Narrabeen. The new northbound and southbound B-Line bus stops on Pittwater Road feature real-time passenger information displays, weather protection and seating.

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. Upon completion, each of these car parks will provide accessible parking, bike racks or sheds. Each car park has been designed for public transport customers to easily connect to a nearby transport hub or B-Line stop

The car park at Berry Reserve, Narrabeen will open on Sunday 26 November 2017 to coincide with the start of B-Line services, providing 40 additional commuter car parking spaces.

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.

There is no need to plan your trip on B-Line – it is a turn up and go service, 7 days a week, running from 4.30am until 12.30am.

Work to continue at Narrabeen

The 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.

Work will continue at Narrabeen on the new amenities block behind the B-Line bus stop at Berry Reserve. Work will also continue on the new pedestrian plaza and basketball court which is being relocated next to the Tramshed Arts and Community Centre.

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.