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The Northern Beaches
B-Line will be extended to Newport, and the existing local bus network
is set for extra peak hour services.
Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance said the NSW
Government is committed to giving the Northern Beaches a better public
“We want to see more people leaving their car at home and that is why
the new bus network plan will provide better coverage of the region,
and make it easier for customers to connect with different services,”
Mr Constance said.
“The new B-Line is a major part of these changes and when it arrives
later this year customers will be able to connect seamlessly between
the B-Line and their local services.”
Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes said the extension of the B-Line from
Mona Vale to Newport would make it easier than ever to travel to the
““B-Line buses will operate between Newport and the CBD every 10
minutes across the day and every five minutes between Mona Vale and the
CBD during peak times in the peak direction,” Mr Stokes said.
New routes have been created across the network, including Wheeler
Heights to Manly, Mona Vale to Milsons Point, and Palm Beach to Manly.
Member for Manly James Griffin welcomed the extra services.
“These changes will provide transfer opportunities to the B-Line,
improved local connections and additional services across the Northern
Beaches,” Mr Griffin said.
A new route 199 will operate between Palm Beach, Avalon and Manly
Buses will run every 15 minutes, seven days a week, until late at night
between Avalon and Manly.
Buses will run every 30 minutes to and from Palm Beach on weekdays, and
every 15 minutes on weekends.
Customers can connect with B-Line services at stops between Newport and
A new route E54 will provide more frequent services during weekday peak
periods for customers travelling from the Northern Beaches to North
Specific details about our local service are:
Point and Bayview
Route 156 will be modified to operate between McCarrs Creek and Mona
Vale, with increased frequencies across the day. For travel to Dee Why,
Warringah Mall or Manly, connect to all-stops route 199 at Mona Vale.
Route E86 will no longer operate. For travel to the City, use route 156
and connect to B-Line services at Mona Vale.
Route 155 will be modified to operate between Bayview Garden Village
and Narrabeen only via Narrabeen Peninsula and no longer operate to
Manly. For travel to Dee Why, Warringah Mall or Manly, connect to
all-stops route 199 at Mona Vale or Narrabeen
If you have any feedback about these new arrangements please contact
the West Pittwater Community Association here
Further information about the new Northern Beaches Bus Service Plan is
available on the B-Line website.
See more at: http://www.westpittwater.com.au/BaysNews#sthash.uRLD3aAO.dpuf
West Pittwater Community Association BaysNews
ANNUAL MOTOR VEHICLE REGO
SATURDAY, JULY 8, 2017
SCOTLAND ISLAND FIRE
STATION 9.00AM TO 2.00PM
To assist vehicle owners with registering their vehicles,
in 1995, SIRA negotiated and obtained permission approval from the RMS
for the Fire Station to become a registered inspection station.
Pink slips are issued annually and are valid until the registration
date within the year. Warriewood RMS is aware of this arrangement
and will accept renewals with these pink slips.
SIRA supports the registration of all motor vehicles on Scotland
Island. Residents with unregistered vehicles in use are putting
the community at risk through the lack of third party liability
cover. Should an accident ever occur that results in injury to
the driver, passengers or pedestrians, it would devastate our
BRING: REGO PAPERS PLUS MOTOR VEHICLE
COST: $60.00 PER VEHICLE $10.00
This will be a once only inspection
Please present vehicles in roadworthy condition
Rejection slips will be issued for vehicles not conforming to RMS
Boat For Sale
- Near new motor 30 HP Yamaha
- Catamaran fibreglass Hull
- Great commuter boat $4800
- Finance terms available .
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Saxophone & Drums Tutors/s Wanted !!! 😀
I am looking for a tenor saxophone tutor to teach my daughter once a
week for an hr or 2.
My daughter is in her first year (yr 7) of the music extension program
at pittwater high so a broad knowledge of music is important.
Also seeking drums teacher for same hrs/wk.
If this job is for you please contact me
0420 866 191
4.9m Quintrex Bow Rider with 70ph two stroke Yamaha. Rough condition
and needs some TLC.
Rego to December 17
Call Tim 0416 003 205
Lost between Cargo beach and home, 8 Robertson Rd, $320.00 on 4/6/17
Sunday morning between 9am and 12 pm.
If you stumbled across it, we would be very happy to have it back.
Ph Col 0413815111.
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