The program has moved into construction and delivery phase with sites being established along the corridor and various construction activities taking place.
Please visit your page of interest to find out more about what is happening in your area. The latest B-Line Program Update (March 2017) provides an update on the status of activities across the B-Line corridor.
Transport Minister Andrew Constance recently announced the extension of the Northern Beaches B-Line route to Newport. "We’ve made the decision to extend the B-Line route from Mona Vale to Newport which will make it even easier for customers from Newport and the surrounding areas to travel to-and-from the Sydney CBD."
Planned community consultation and further information about the extension to Newport will be available in the near future. Visit page
In Mona Vale, the B-Line bus service will stop at new northbound and southbound B-Line bus stops on Barrenjoey Road, adjacent to Village Park. The new bus stops will include real time information, weather protection and seating.
Seventy four (74) car parking spaces in the Beeby Reserve car park, adjacent to Barrenjoey Road, will be converted to unrestricted commuter car parking spaces with lighting and CCTV.
Roadworks on Pittwater Road, Golf Avenue, Park Street and Barrenjoey Road will include kerb and pedestrian island adjustments, new signalised pedestrian crossings, extension of turning lanes, pedestrian fencing, pavement works line marking and improvements to pedestrian and bicycle links. Visit page
In Warriewood, the B-Line bus service will stop at new northbound and southbound stops on Pittwater Road, adjacent to the existing commuter car park. The new bus stops will include real time information, weather protection and seating.
Construction continues on a new multi-deck commuter car park with 250 spaces, a new signalised intersection for easy access to and from the car park, new amenities block and improvements to bicycle and pedestrian links. Visit page
Following initial community consultation a Review of Environmental Factors (REF) was prepared for works in Dee Why and placed on public display between 24 October 2016 and 7 November 2016. A total of 90 submissions were received during the public display period. They covered a range of issues including parking concerns, pedestrian fencing, the consultation process, bicycle facilities and environmental considerations.Transport for NSW considered these submissions, along with the potential impacts identified in the REF and made some changes to the scope of works, before making its determination to proceed with the proposal. The project will comply with conditions of approval to ensure any potential impacts are minimised during construction and operation of the B-Line. Visit page
In Brookvale, the B-Line bus service will stop at northbound and southbound bus stops located on Pittwater Road, near the intersection of William Street and Warringah Mall. The new bus stops will include real time information, weather protection and seating. There will also be 250 commuter car spaces allocated behind the new Brookvale Community Health Centre and changes to roads to improve traffic flow, bus journey times and bus service reliability.
Construction work will continue on the new left turn lane from Pittwater Road for vehicles turning into Cross Street, separating left turning vehicles from the bus lane and improving bus journey times. Visit page
In Manly Vale, the B-Line bus service will stop at new northbound and southbound B-Line bus stops located on Condamine Street, north of Kenneth Road. The new bus stops will include real time information, weather protection and seating.
At Manly Vale there will also be a new multi-deck commuter car park at the intersection of Condamine Street and Kenneth Road, with approximately 150 spaces. The new car park will include lift access, facilities for bicycles, and pedestrian and cycling links connecting to the new B-Line stops.
Construction work will continue on Kenneth Road and Condamine Street intersection to prepare for road improvements. Visit page
A number of road changes are planned to improve traffic flow, bus journey times and service reliability. Work will include building longer bus bays and extension of the tidal flow section (where traffic direction is reversed in a lane during peak periods) along Spit Road from Killarney Street to Ourimbah Road. Traffic lights will be built at Stanton Road to help ease traffic congestion and provide a safe pedestrian crossing at the Spit Road intersection.
At Spit Junction, the citybound B-Line service will stop at a new indented bus bay and pedestrian plaza on Spit Road at Clifford Street, with a new outbound bus stop on the opposite side.
Construction work will continue on the corner of Spit Road and Clifford Street in preparation for road improvements. Visit page
In Cremorne and Neutral Bay, a number of changes are planned for roads along the B-Line route to improve traffic flow, bus journey times and service reliability. Road work will include additional tidal flow sections (where traffic direction is reversed in a lane during peak periods) along Military Road between Spencer Road and Spofforth Street in Cremorne, and between Hampden Ave and Wycombe Road in Neutral Bay.
At Cremorne, changes will also include restricted right turn into Murdoch Street during the morning peak, minor widening of Military Road citybound kerb lane to the north and south of Holt Ave. Visit page