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Commuters across Sydney’s north west will soon benefit from an increase in bus services and better connections with the Metro train network.

Transport for NSW will be implementing new changes to the North West Sydney Bus Network on 17 November 2019 following community feedback and analysis of Opal card travel data in order to ensure the bus network is meeting the demands of the community.

Member for Epping Dominic Perrottet welcomed the changes which will result in improved travel times for commuters and improve connectivity between Cherrybrook Metro Station and the surrounding area.

“Transport for NSW has listened to community feedback and I believe these changes will make a positive difference to people’s lives,” Mr Perrottet said.

“These changes are aimed at creating an integrated public transport network to help people move easily around Epping with more than 600 additional weekly services now running to-and-from Metro stations.

“I am committed to ensuring people in Epping enjoy the best access to public transport and these changes are an excellent step in the right direction.

“I would like to thank everyone who has contacted me regarding this matter and I want to reassure people I will continue fighting for the restoration of the 621 service.

Commuters will be able to view the changes to routes and services so they can plan their journeys ahead of time from 3 November 2019 by visiting: www.transportnsw.info.

CHANGES TO BUS SERVICES

Route 620X – Dural to City via Cherrybrook via M2
25 additional weekly services on route 620X, with earlier services during the afternoon peak and services operating later into the evening. The last service will now depart the City around 9pm.

Route 626 – Kellyville Station to Pennant Hills via Cherrybrook
Over 80 additional weekly services with extra morning and afternoon peak services between Cherrybrook Village shops and Cherrybrook Metro Station. The route will also provide quicker access to Cherrybrook Station, operating direct via County Drive instead of via David Road.

Route 632 – Rouse Hill Station to Pennant Hills via Norwest and Castle Hill
Over 70 additional weekly services with extra off-peak and later evening services from Rouse Hill Station to Pennant Hills via Norwest, Castle Hill and Cherrybrook.

Route 633 – Rouse Hill Station to Pennant Hills via Kellyville and Castle Hill
Over 60 additional weekly services making it easier for customers to travel to-and-from the Hills Showground, Castle Hill, Cherrybrook and Pennant Hills stations.

Route 635 – Castle Hill to Beecroft via West Pennant Hills
100 additional weekly services with the route adjusted to operate via Cherrybrook Village and David Road with later weeknight and new weekend services introduced. These changes will also restore the connection between the Anglican Retirement Village and Cherrybrook Village shops.

Route 642X – Round Corner Dural to City via M2
Over 230 additional weekly services including either side of the afternoon peak and will now include a stop at Cherrybrook Station, as well as new off-peak and evening services between Dural and Cherrybrook Station.

Route 651 – Rouse Hill Station to Epping via Castle Hill
Over 50 additional weekly services between Epping and Castle Hill via West Pennant Hills on weekdays.

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