Dee Why

In Dee Why, the majority of road works have been completed. Throughout September and October, finishing works will be completed on the new citybound bus shelter and works will commence to relocate the water hydrant on the corner of Pacific Parade and Pittwater Road. Site walks will also be undertaken to assess remaining activities required for finishing works.

Construction activities throughout September and October will occur between 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm Saturday and will involve:

  • finishing works on the new citybound bus shelter
  • rectification of shelter panels and seating
  • water hydrant relocation at the pram ramp on Pacific Parade
  • site walks to assess remaining activities required for finishing works

For more information regarding works in Dee Why, please see the latest notification here.

The scope of works delivered in Dee Why include:
  • a new citybound B-Line bus shelter on Pittwater Road between Howard Avenue and Oaks Avenue
  • upgrades to kerb ramps and pedestrian access in the Dee Why library council car park, corner of Pittwater Road and St David Avenue, including five new accessible car spaces
  • a new 24 hour citybound bus lane between Dee Why Parade and Oaks Avenue
  • a new indented citybound bus bay outside Dee Why RSL
  • narrowing of the existing median between Dee Why Parade and Oaks Avenue to create an additional southbound traffic lane
  • new line marking and adjustments to existing signage to designate a “bus only” lane for the existing Dee Why bus stop on Pittwater Road (southbound) between Howard Avenue and Oaks Avenue
  • extension of the existing right turn lane from Pittwater Road (northbound) into Oaks Avenue
  • various changes to parking arrangements on Pittwater Road between Hawkesbury Avenue and Pacific Parade
  • ancillary works associated with the above elements including road regrading, services diversion and/or relocation, minor drainage works, adjustments to lighting, upgrades to pedestrian fencing and landscaping, new line marking and improved/new traffic signal infrastructure
  • 121 dedicated commuter car park spaces constructed as part of the Dee Why PCYC



In Dee Why, the majority of road works have been completed. Throughout September and October, finishing works will be completed on the new citybound bus shelter and works will commence to relocate the water hydrant on the corner of Pacific Parade and Pittwater Road. Site walks will also be undertaken to assess remaining activities required for finishing works.

Construction activities throughout September and October will occur between 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm Saturday and will involve:

  • finishing works on the new citybound bus shelter
  • rectification of shelter panels and seating
  • water hydrant relocation at the pram ramp on Pacific Parade
  • site walks to assess remaining activities required for finishing works

For more information regarding works in Dee Why, please see the latest notification here.

The scope of works delivered in Dee Why include:
  • a new citybound B-Line bus shelter on Pittwater Road between Howard Avenue and Oaks Avenue
  • upgrades to kerb ramps and pedestrian access in the Dee Why library council car park, corner of Pittwater Road and St David Avenue, including five new accessible car spaces
  • a new 24 hour citybound bus lane between Dee Why Parade and Oaks Avenue
  • a new indented citybound bus bay outside Dee Why RSL
  • narrowing of the existing median between Dee Why Parade and Oaks Avenue to create an additional southbound traffic lane
  • new line marking and adjustments to existing signage to designate a “bus only” lane for the existing Dee Why bus stop on Pittwater Road (southbound) between Howard Avenue and Oaks Avenue
  • extension of the existing right turn lane from Pittwater Road (northbound) into Oaks Avenue
  • various changes to parking arrangements on Pittwater Road between Hawkesbury Avenue and Pacific Parade
  • ancillary works associated with the above elements including road regrading, services diversion and/or relocation, minor drainage works, adjustments to lighting, upgrades to pedestrian fencing and landscaping, new line marking and improved/new traffic signal infrastructure
  • 121 dedicated commuter car park spaces constructed as part of the Dee Why PCYC