The NSW Government is taking action to deliver transport improvements for the Northern Beaches, including an integrated program of service and infrastructure improvements to deliver a new B-Line bus service.
The new service is scheduled to start operating in late 2017. The B-Line will provide more frequent and reliable services for customers travelling between the Northern Beaches and the Sydney CBD.
Field investigations at Seaforth
At Seaforth, the B-Line Program team is currently carrying out utility survey and geotechnical investigation work to help inform the design of the B-Line service.
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B-Line delivers more reliable and frequent services
B-Line services will run every five minutes in the busy morning and afternoon peak commute periods, and every 10 minutes at other times of the day, including weekends. The B-Line service will run until 12.30am every day, with services every 10 minutes in the late night up to 11pm.
Around 900 new commuter car spaces
To support the operation of the
B-Line service, around 900 new commuter car parking spaces are being provided over six locations between Mona Vale and Manly Vale. This will include some at-grade and some multi-level car parks, with attention paid to quality urban design outcomes and connectivity between the car parks, B-Line stops and the local road network.
480 new weekly services to be added to the bus network in 2016
To address the immediate need for improved bus services on the Northern Beaches, around 480 new weekly services will be added to the network between February and October 2016 to increase frequency and alleviate crowding, prior to the delivery of the new B-Line service in late 2017.