Mosman and Spit Junction

In planning for Tomorrow’s Sydney, public transport improvements are being delivered on the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore, including an integrated program of service and infrastructure upgrades to help manage congestion and improve bus reliability.

During June, remedial works at the Spit Junction compound will continue to remove and reposition hoarding, and a temporary canopy will be installed at the Spit Junction bus stop to provide additional shelter to commuters. Work will also continue to complete the extension of the bus bay on Spit Road at Parriwi Road and to install a new bus bay on Military Road at Prince Street, Mosman.

The following activities will continue in Mosman throughout June 2019:

  • footpath, kerb and gutter reinstatement works
  • pavement work including repair and drainage works, excavation, asphalting and concrete work, and line marking
  • laying turf between Clifford Street and Awaba Street

The June notification outlining work for Military Road is available here.

For bus indents along Spit and Military Road, construction activities include:

  • property boundary adjustment work at 111 and 113 Spit Road and 375 Military Road
  • establishment of site compounds at Stanton Road and Spit West Reserve
  • underground service relocation on Spit Road at Parriwi Road and Military Road at Prince Street.

More information on bus indents on Spit and Military Road can be found here.

Temporary bus stop closure on Spit Road at Parriwi Road

From Monday 1 April, the city bound bus stop (Stop ID 2088187) on Spit Road at Parriwi Road will be closed to complete work to extend the bus indent. Bus customers can catch bus services from the next stop at Stanton Road.

Map of bus stop changes on Spit Road, Mosman

The scope of works delivered in Spit Junction include:
  • New B-Line and local stops northbound and southbound
  • A new bus indent which allows bus services to be separated from general traffic
  • Road widening between Clifford Street and Civic Lane


In planning for Tomorrow’s Sydney, public transport improvements are being delivered on the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore, including an integrated program of service and infrastructure upgrades to help manage congestion and improve bus reliability.

During June, remedial works at the Spit Junction compound will continue to remove and reposition hoarding, and a temporary canopy will be installed at the Spit Junction bus stop to provide additional shelter to commuters. Work will also continue to complete the extension of the bus bay on Spit Road at Parriwi Road and to install a new bus bay on Military Road at Prince Street, Mosman.

The following activities will continue in Mosman throughout June 2019:

  • footpath, kerb and gutter reinstatement works
  • pavement work including repair and drainage works, excavation, asphalting and concrete work, and line marking
  • laying turf between Clifford Street and Awaba Street

The June notification outlining work for Military Road is available here.

For bus indents along Spit and Military Road, construction activities include:

  • property boundary adjustment work at 111 and 113 Spit Road and 375 Military Road
  • establishment of site compounds at Stanton Road and Spit West Reserve
  • underground service relocation on Spit Road at Parriwi Road and Military Road at Prince Street.

More information on bus indents on Spit and Military Road can be found here.

Temporary bus stop closure on Spit Road at Parriwi Road

From Monday 1 April, the city bound bus stop (Stop ID 2088187) on Spit Road at Parriwi Road will be closed to complete work to extend the bus indent. Bus customers can catch bus services from the next stop at Stanton Road.

Map of bus stop changes on Spit Road, Mosman

The scope of works delivered in Spit Junction include:
  • New B-Line and local stops northbound and southbound
  • A new bus indent which allows bus services to be separated from general traffic
  • Road widening between Clifford Street and Civic Lane