B-Line Image Gallery

Neutral Bay

Image 1: The tidal flow system between Ben Boyd Road and Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay helps to manage the AM and PM peak traffic periods. B-Line bus stops feature pedestrian information displays which show real time information.

Image 2: B-Line bus outbound on Military Road, Neutral Bay.

Image 3: In-pavement lights assist motorists to understand when lane changes are in operation during AM and PM peak traffic periods.

Cremorne

Image 1: B-Line bus outbound on Military Road, Cremorne.

Image 2: Installation of the Lane Usage System (LUS) on Military Road, Cremorne. This signage is needed to support tidal flow operations to indicate which lanes motorists can use.

Image 3: B-Line bus city-bound on Military Road, Cremorne. More than 5.9 million passenger trips have
been made on the turn-up-and-go service between the Northern Beaches, Lower North Shore and Sydney CBD since it launched in November 2017.

Spit Junction and Mosman

Image 2: B-Line and local bus stops citybound and outbound, and a new bus indent which allows bus services to be separated from general traffic.

Image 3: The B-Line is part of a tailored transport solution making it simpler and more reliable to travel around the Northern Beaches, to the Lower North Shore as well as to-and-from the Sydney CBD.

Manly Vale

Image 1: The Manly Vale commuter car park is open and operating as part of Transport Park&Ride commuter car park offering 144 spaces with up to 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport.

Image 2: The Manly Vale car park is the first project to feature the rotating ‘Breathing Wall’ technology developed by one of Australia’s leading living infrastructure specialists, Junglefy. The wall compliments a new multi-deck car park with a lift on the north-east corner of Condamine Street and Kenneth Road.

Image 3: B-Line bus services form part of a much larger bus network which was designed to maximise network utility, and provide efficient, accessible connections across the Northern Beaches and to other destinations including the Lower North Shore and the Sydney CBD.

Brookvale

Image 1: Local and B-Line bus shelters at the outbound bus stop in Brookvale, out the front of Westfield, Warringah Mall.

Image 2: A commuter car park was constructed as part of the Brookvale Community Health Centre and is currently operating as a trial Transport Park&Ride commuter car park, offering up to 250 spaces with 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport.

Image 3: Passenger Information Displays for local and express services at the inbound bus stop at Brookvale.

Dee Why

Image 1: A 24 hour bus lane has been introduced between Dee Why Parade and Oaks Avenue with extensive road upgrades throughout Dee Why improve traffic flow.
A Transport Park&Ride commuter car park in the Dee Why PCYC, Civic Lane, a short walk from the B-Line bus stops offers 121 spaces with up to 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport.

Image 2: A new outbound bus shelter with real-time Passenger Information Display. A new citybound bus stop and shelter on Pittwater Road, outside of the Meriton Lighthouse apartments has also been constructed, offering weather protection, seating and real-time information on Passenger Information Displays.


Collaroy

Image 1: At Collaroy, B-Line Passenger Information Displays and seating at bus stops.

Image 2: New right hand turn bays have been constructed in the citybound direction through Collaroy to improve traffic flow during the AM peak.

Narrabeen

Image 1: An upgraded pedestrian plaza, toilet amenities and bicycle storage have been constructed at Narrabeen. A Park&Ride commuter car park is also being trialled offering 45 commuter car spaces offering 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport. There



Image 2: Refurbishment of the existing wooden heritage shelter (former tram shed) at the outbound bus stop at Narrabeen.

Image 3: Relocation of the existing basketball court in Berry Reserve and upgrades to active transport links around Narrabeen Lake.

Warriewood

Image 1: The new multi-deck car park at Warriewood which is currently operating as a Transport Park&Ride commuter car park offering 249 spaces with up to 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport.
A portion of the car park remaining as Council car parking, whilst new bike shed parking and toilet facilities have also been upgraded.

Image 2: An outbound B-Line and local bus stop and shelter on Pittwater Road, just north of Jacksons Road, Warriewood, offering weather protection, seating and real-time information on Passenger Information Displays.

Mona Vale

Image 1: A bus indent and bus stop facilities upgraded at the B-Line bus stop, at Village Park on Barrenjoey Road, Mona Vale.

Image 2: The conversion of the existing car park at Beeby Reserve, on the corner of Golf Parade, to a Transport Park&Ride commuter car park offering 74 spaces with up to 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport.

Image 3: Citybound and outbound bus stops on Barrenjoey Road, north of Pittwater Road, including weather protection, seating and Passenger Information Displays offering real-time information.

Neutral Bay

Image 1: The tidal flow system between Ben Boyd Road and Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay helps to manage the AM and PM peak traffic periods. B-Line bus stops feature pedestrian information displays which show real time information.

Image 2: B-Line bus outbound on Military Road, Neutral Bay.

Image 3: In-pavement lights assist motorists to understand when lane changes are in operation during AM and PM peak traffic periods.

Cremorne

Image 1: B-Line bus outbound on Military Road, Cremorne.

Image 2: Installation of the Lane Usage System (LUS) on Military Road, Cremorne. This signage is needed to support tidal flow operations to indicate which lanes motorists can use.

Image 3: B-Line bus city-bound on Military Road, Cremorne. More than 5.9 million passenger trips have
been made on the turn-up-and-go service between the Northern Beaches, Lower North Shore and Sydney CBD since it launched in November 2017.

Spit Junction and Mosman

Image 2: B-Line and local bus stops citybound and outbound, and a new bus indent which allows bus services to be separated from general traffic.

Image 3: The B-Line is part of a tailored transport solution making it simpler and more reliable to travel around the Northern Beaches, to the Lower North Shore as well as to-and-from the Sydney CBD.

Manly Vale

Image 1: The Manly Vale commuter car park is open and operating as part of Transport Park&Ride commuter car park offering 144 spaces with up to 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport.

Image 2: The Manly Vale car park is the first project to feature the rotating ‘Breathing Wall’ technology developed by one of Australia’s leading living infrastructure specialists, Junglefy. The wall compliments a new multi-deck car park with a lift on the north-east corner of Condamine Street and Kenneth Road.

Image 3: B-Line bus services form part of a much larger bus network which was designed to maximise network utility, and provide efficient, accessible connections across the Northern Beaches and to other destinations including the Lower North Shore and the Sydney CBD.

Brookvale

Image 1: Local and B-Line bus shelters at the outbound bus stop in Brookvale, out the front of Westfield, Warringah Mall.

Image 2: A commuter car park was constructed as part of the Brookvale Community Health Centre and is currently operating as a trial Transport Park&Ride commuter car park, offering up to 250 spaces with 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport.

Image 3: Passenger Information Displays for local and express services at the inbound bus stop at Brookvale.

Dee Why

Image 1: A 24 hour bus lane has been introduced between Dee Why Parade and Oaks Avenue with extensive road upgrades throughout Dee Why improve traffic flow.
A Transport Park&Ride commuter car park in the Dee Why PCYC, Civic Lane, a short walk from the B-Line bus stops offers 121 spaces with up to 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport.

Image 2: A new outbound bus shelter with real-time Passenger Information Display. A new citybound bus stop and shelter on Pittwater Road, outside of the Meriton Lighthouse apartments has also been constructed, offering weather protection, seating and real-time information on Passenger Information Displays.


Collaroy

Image 1: At Collaroy, B-Line Passenger Information Displays and seating at bus stops.

Image 2: New right hand turn bays have been constructed in the citybound direction through Collaroy to improve traffic flow during the AM peak.

Narrabeen

Image 1: An upgraded pedestrian plaza, toilet amenities and bicycle storage have been constructed at Narrabeen. A Park&Ride commuter car park is also being trialled offering 45 commuter car spaces offering 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport. There



Image 2: Refurbishment of the existing wooden heritage shelter (former tram shed) at the outbound bus stop at Narrabeen.

Image 3: Relocation of the existing basketball court in Berry Reserve and upgrades to active transport links around Narrabeen Lake.

Warriewood

Image 1: The new multi-deck car park at Warriewood which is currently operating as a Transport Park&Ride commuter car park offering 249 spaces with up to 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport.
A portion of the car park remaining as Council car parking, whilst new bike shed parking and toilet facilities have also been upgraded.

Image 2: An outbound B-Line and local bus stop and shelter on Pittwater Road, just north of Jacksons Road, Warriewood, offering weather protection, seating and real-time information on Passenger Information Displays.

Mona Vale

Image 1: A bus indent and bus stop facilities upgraded at the B-Line bus stop, at Village Park on Barrenjoey Road, Mona Vale.

Image 2: The conversion of the existing car park at Beeby Reserve, on the corner of Golf Parade, to a Transport Park&Ride commuter car park offering 74 spaces with up to 18 hours free parking each day when using an Opal card on public transport.

Image 3: Citybound and outbound bus stops on Barrenjoey Road, north of Pittwater Road, including weather protection, seating and Passenger Information Displays offering real-time information.