More NSW services

More buses will be provided in New South Wales following feedback on the new network

Additional bus services in Zetland and Rosebery will be provided for customers by the New South Wales Government following feedback on the new CBD bus network.

The extra services will begin this week serving the broader Green Square precinct.

Minister for transport and infrastructure Andrew Constance says: "since the new bus network was introduced last month, we have been reviewing the impacts and tweaking how the network operates".

"In response to customer demand, additional services for bus routes M20 and 343 will be introduced as well as some minor bus stop and route alterations across the CBD.

"We want Sydneysiders to know that we are continuing to monitor the changes and we are accommodating any adjustments that need to be made."

During the weekday morning peak period, four additional services will be provided on routes M20 and 343.

During the weekday afternoon peak period, two additional services will be provided on route 343 between Martin Place and Kingsford, departing at 6.27pm and 6.47pm.

After the first few weeks of operation of the new CBD bus network, a small number of minor changes have been introduced on a trial basis to improve bus operations, traffic flow and the customer experience. 

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