The program has moved into the development and delivery stage. Please read the Project Updates available below to find out more about the different aspects of the program.

The latest B-Line Program Update (March 2017) provides an update on the status of activities across the B-Line corridor.

Area updates

Mona Vale

TfNSW provided planning approval for the B-Line proposal at Mona Vale in February 2017. The Determination Report is available for download. 

Modification of traffic medians will take place on Barrenjoey Road (on both sides of Golf Avenue) during May 2017. Our Community notification is available on the Mona Vale page

Upcoming night work will take place on Monday 29 May and Tuesday 30 May 2017. Work will include minor earthwork; installing and relocating services; and removing the kerb island concrete, pavement and gutter and minor concreting. 

More information on the status of the proposal will be provided in June 2017.


We are building a new multi-deck commuter car parking facility at North Narrabeen Reserve and carrying out road improvements on Pittwater Road.

Night work took place. The piling rig (equipment) was scheduled to arrive at the Warriewood work site at around 3am on Wednesday 17 May 2017. Piling activities are expected to begin later this week at the northern end of the car park and will progressively move south. This work is expected to take around four weeks to complete.

For more information please visit Warriewood update


Work in May will include relocating and modifying the existing footpath and some vegetation removal. Demolition of the existing amenities block will take place. 

Earthwork and stockpiling will soon begin as part of the construction and expansion of the car park at Berry Reserve.  For more information please visit Narrabeen page

The proposal to provide new northbound and southbound B-Line bus stops on Pittwater Road, near Howard Avenue and a series of road improvement works at Dee Why has been approved following an assessment of the environmental impacts. A Submissions Report has been published with responses to feedback from the public display.


Environmental impacts of proposed changes at Seaforth and Heaton Avenue have been assessed and the report of findings, called a Review of Environmental Factors (REF), was on public display from Thursday 24 November 2016 to Thursday 22 December 2016. Following a review of community feedback, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance announced in December that the full closure of Heaton Avenue is no longer being considered.

More information on the status of the proposal will be provided in early 2017.

Mosman, Cremorne and Neutral Bay

The environmental impacts of proposed B-Line works in Mosman, Cremorne and Neutral Bay were assessed and documented in a report called a Review of Environmental Factors (REF). The REF was on public display from Monday 5 December to Wednesday 1 February 2017. A submissions report, summarising all of the issues raised by the community during the public display period and our response to those issues, can be found here.

At Mosman, demolition of the old Greater Union building to make room for a new pedestrian plaza and an indented B-Line bus stop on Spit Road are continuing. Road widening work on Spit Road between Ourimbah Road and Dalton Road also commenced in June 2017.

The program of roadworks in Cremorne and Neutral Bay will be rolled out in the coming weeks. You will be informed in advance of any work that is due to take place near your residence or which could impact you in any way.