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From Monday 1 March 2021, a number of bus service adjustments across the Northern Beaches and North Shore will be introduced.
From 1 March 2021, school bus route names and numbers in Wagga Wagga and Queanbeyan are changing to become part of a state-wide standardised system.
If you are a student attending UNSW in 2021, make sure to check your public transport options ahead of time.
Changes have been made to some bus and school routes in Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore to improve travel times and frequency of services on key routes and to give you more choice around how you travel.
From 1 February, there will be a route and bus stop change to the Gong Shuttle.
More than 700 additional bus services will be added to the North West and parts of the Lower North Shore from early next year.
More than 65 additional weekly services will be added on bus route 987 in the Sutherland Shire.
Transport for NSW will be adding more than 2,000 additional weekly bus services added in Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore in December.
Regional cities in NSW will benefit from improvements to their bus networks later this month
Transport is testing QR code customer satisfaction surveys at select locations across the Public Transport network.
Eligible students 16 years old or older will be able to apply for the Transport Concession Entitlement Card.
Coff harbour and Lismore join other regional Cities around NSW, set to benefit from with an upgrade to bus networks.
More Regional Cities around NSW are set to benefit from with an upgrade to bus networks from 21 September.
Digital timetables and real-time trip information is now available on buses in Bega, Dubbo and Coffs Harbour.
Regional Cities around NSW are set to benefit from a major overhaul to bus networks that will see hundreds of additional weekly bus services and more travel choices from mid-July.
Extra services will be added to the public transport network across Sydney to temporarily increase capacity for physical distancing and provide more travel options.
Helping students get to and from school safely as children gradually return to face-to-face learning
The Australian Government has made an app called COVIDSafe to speed up contacting people exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19).
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