About the program
The B-Line program is a new bus service and a series of roadworks and infrastructure improvements which are currently under construction. The 31km route will feature 10 stops extending from Newport to Neutral Bay on the Northern Beaches and ending in Wynyard.
B-line services will deliver additional capacity for customers with frequent and reliable services all day between Newport and the Sydney CBD.
Services will start running in late 2017 from Mona Vale, with all project construction and roadwork complete by 2019.
The B-Line program will significantly improve public transport and ease congestion along the B-Line route, making it easier to travel around the local area as well as to-and-from the Sydney CBD.
High frequency ‘turn up and go’ bus services operating up to every 10 minutes in the peak
Reliable and high capacity services
Easing congestion on roads along B-Line route
The program includes
Roadworks including new bus lanes, bus bays, minor lane widening and other road improvements to support bus services
Ten modern B-Line stops at Newport (2018), Mona Vale, Warriewood, Narrabeen, Collaroy, Dee Why, Brookvale, Manly Vale, Spit Junction (Mosman) and Neutral Bay including real-time passenger information and improved facilities for customers
Six new commuter car parks at Mona Vale, Warriewood, Narrabeen, Dee Why, Brookvale and Manly Vale providing around 900 spaces, as well as bicycle parking, to encourage customers to park and ride
Works to ensure integrated pedestrian and bicycle links to commuter car parks and
B-Line is a turn-up-and-go service 7 days a week, running from 4.30am until 12.30am.
A new B-Line double decker bus fleet for improved on-board capacity and comfort
Construction is underway along the corridor and B-Line services are scheduled to start in late 2017.
Transport for NSW has been engaging with residents, businesses and other stakeholders to ensure the community is aware of the proposed works and has the opportunity to provide input into the process.