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Seaforth

From Sunday 26 November 2017, customers will be able to catch the new B-Line service from Mona Vale. The B-Line bus stops on Barrenjoey Road, northbound at Village Park and southbound at Kitchener Park, will feature real-time passenger information displays.

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

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.

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.

Look out for our Way Finding team in the pink shirts who are able to answer your questions, help plan your trip and provide you with handouts on the changes to our services. They will be available at each of the 10 bus stops from 6am to 7pm, every day, until Sunday 3 December.

Seaforth information

The B-Line Program is an integrated program of service and infrastructure improvements designed 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. Road work will continue on the Sydney Road and Burnt Bridge Creek Deviation intersection. For more information on works happening in the Seaforth area, please refer to the November construction update.

Contact us

For more information or if you have any questions, please call our information line on 1800 048 751 or email projects@transport.nsw.gov.au

From Sunday 26 November 2017, customers will be able to catch the new B-Line service from Mona Vale. The B-Line bus stops on Barrenjoey Road, northbound at Village Park and southbound at Kitchener Park, will feature real-time passenger information displays.

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

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.

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.

Look out for our Way Finding team in the pink shirts who are able to answer your questions, help plan your trip and provide you with handouts on the changes to our services. They will be available at each of the 10 bus stops from 6am to 7pm, every day, until Sunday 3 December.

Seaforth information

The B-Line Program is an integrated program of service and infrastructure improvements designed 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. Road work will continue on the Sydney Road and Burnt Bridge Creek Deviation intersection. For more information on works happening in the Seaforth area, please refer to the November construction update.

Contact us

For more information or if you have any questions, please call our information line on 1800 048 751 or email projects@transport.nsw.gov.au