Customers in Sydney’s west and North West travelling to Macquarie Park will soon benefit from more than 170 additional weekly services on Route 611 from the end of this month.
Route 611 operates from Blacktown to Macquarie Park via the M2 with stops in Seven Hills, Baulkham Hills, North Rocks and Macquarie University.
Baulkham Hills State Liberal MP David Elliott said the new services would give customers more choice around when they travelled.
“The NSW Government is committed to delivering the best public transport network possible and the extra services on these two routes will help to meet the demand from our customers,” said Mr Elliott.
“The extra services on Route 611 will see more services either side of the morning and afternoon peaks on weekdays. The frequency of services will improved to every 15 minutes on Saturdays and every 20 minutes on Sundays.
“There will also be more services later in the evening, seven days a week.”
The new timetables will commence on 25 October. Customers will be able to plan their journey from 9 October from www.transportnsw.info.