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Bus Service Review - The Ponds & Quakers Hill
01 Jul 2013
To keep pace with the rapid growth of The Ponds, Busways is undertaking a bus service review of our routes in the area. This review will cover all of Quakers Hill as well as The Ponds in order to offer an integrated service for our valued customers, providing new travel opportunities whilst maintaining access to existing destinations. An important component of the review is community consultation and everyone is invited to provide feedback on the proposed changes.
Under this proposal, a route 752 will be extended from Quakers Hill East to operate through The Ponds and terminate at Rouse Hill Town Centre. Also, a new route T72 is proposed to be introduced which serves the Bali Drive and Pye Road area linking to Quakers Hill Station and Blacktown Station via the T-way. In the future, it is envisaged that this route will also be extended to Rouse Hill Town Centre, once there is more residential development in the Alex Avenue/Schofields area. Furthermore, a small change to route T74 is proposed, extending the service along Riverbank Drive and Ridgeline Drive to Stanhope Parkway. This will overcome the lack of bus stops on Stanhope Parkway and will allow residents at the western end of The Ponds to have access to either Quakers Hill, Schofields or Blacktown railway stations.
Community consultation for these proposals commences on Monday 1st July 2013, with feedback being received online or via free post (no stamp required). Click here to submit your comments or send them to:
The Ponds & Quakers Hill Review
Reply Paid 79760
PYMBLE NSW 2073
All feedback needs to be submitted by Friday 26th July 2013.
Please note that due to the volume of submissions expected, it will not be possible to answer individual questions or provide responses to each feedback item received. However, rest assured that the outcomes of the consultation will be analysed by Busways and Transport for NSW staff to ensure the needs of the community as a whole are being addressed.