NSW bus makes a B-Line


Consultation on the new B-Line bus stops between Sydney’s north and CBD begins

Feedback on infrastructure to support Sydney’s new northern beaches B-Line bus network, including the location of bus stops and a commuter car park is being sought, Transport for NSW (TfNSW) announced this week.

The new B-Line network will provide more frequent and reliable services for customers travelling between the Sydney’s northern beaches and the CBD.

"As well as more frequent and reliable bus services as part of the B-Line, additional commuter car parking at Warriewood and new bus stop infrastructure will improve the daily commute for Warriewood commuters," a TfNSW spokesperson says.

 "By improving pedestrian and cycling links, and providing bike storage, we also hope to make catching public transport a more attractive option for locals.

"We encourage the community to look at the planning documents now on public display and have their say."

The proposed  multi-deck commuter car park will provide about 250 additional commuter car parking spaces on the site of the existing car park at North Narrabeen Reserve in Warriewood.

New northbound and southbound B-Line stops on Pittwater Road are also proposed.

A Review of Environmental Factors (REF) that identifies potential environmental benefits and impacts, as well as mitigation measures to reduce the impact on the community can be viewed via the TfNSW website.

The REF also addresses feedback received from the community on the project gathered late last year.

TfNSW will award a contract for the design and construction of the commuter car park later this year.

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