Western Sydney

Western Sydney Route Changes - Sunday 28 May 2017

17 May 2017

Bus customers across Western Sydney will benefit from an improved bus network, as several routes will be extending to service new growth areas and provide better connections and more services where they are needed.

From Sunday 28 May 2017, routes 751, 783, T72 and T74 will be changing. A summary of the changes is provided in the table below.

To view the changes to routes, check the Western Sydney Route Changes Map.

Affected route   Summary of changes New timetable (effective Sunday 28 May)
751 - Blacktown to Marsden Park via Colebee
  • Route extended along Alderton Dr to service new Greenway Living Estate.
  • 3 new bus stops on Alderton Dr to service new route.
  • Most Route 751 services will now run to and from Marsden Park.   
New 751 timetable
783 - Penrith to Jordan Springs
  • Route extended along Sinclair Pde, Flagship Ridge and Greenwood Pkwy.
  • Route will no longer operate via Cullen Ave and Alinta Prm.
  • 13 new bus stops to service new route.
  • 3 bus stops on Cullen Ave (2) and Greenwood Pkwy (1) will no longer be served by 783.    
New 783 timetable
T72 - Blacktown to Rouse Hill via Quakers Hill
  • Route extended along Alex Ave and Schofields Rd to Rouse Hill Interchange.
  • 6 new bus stops on Alex Ave to service new route.
  • New bus stops are planned to be introduced in the future on Schofields Rd once the Schofields Rd upgrade is completed.
New T72 timetable
T74 - Blacktown to Riverstone via The Ponds & Schofields
  • Route will change to operate via Hambledon Rd and Riverbank Dr.
  • Route will no longer operate via Ridgeline Dr.
  • 4 new bus stops on Riverbank Dr to service new route.
  • 6 bus stops on Ridgeline Dr will no longer be served by T74. Route 752 will continue to operate on Ridgeline Dr.
  • New bus stops are planned to be introduced in the future on Hambledon Rd once the redevelopment of Hambledon Rd is completed.  
New T74 timetable

Minor timetable changes

To accommodate these route changes, there will be minor amendments to several timetables across the Western Sydney network to improve reliability and on-time running. Customers who travel on affected routes can check the new timetables on our website now before the changes come into effect.

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