Bus service changes for Macquarie Park and North Ryde

On Sunday 4 June, new and additional services on existing bus routes servicing Ryde, Lower North Shore and the Inner West were introduced as part of the NSW Growth Services Program.

TfNSW advised the timetables of some existing routes will be adjusted to accommodate these changes. Some bus routes will no longer operate due to low demand and the alternative travel options available.

Route 291 Epping to McMahons Point

Via Macquarie University, Macquarie Centre, North Ryde, Lane Cove and North Sydney will have minor timetable changes.

Route 292 Marsfield to City

Via Macquarie University, Macquarie Centre, Macquarie Park, North Ryde and Lane Cove will include two additional trips and minor timetable changes, adding 10 additional trips per week between Marsfield and the City.

Route 295 Epping to North Epping

Route 295 will end at Epping Station and no longer run to Macquarie Centre. If you are travelling from North Epping to Macquarie University or Macquarie Centre please use Route 288, 291 or M54 bus services or T1 Northern Line train services from Epping station. There will also be additional weekday peak hour and evening services and earlier and later services on weekends with minor timetable changes. This will result in over 50 additional trips per week between North Epping and Epping Station.

Route 458 Macquarie University to Burwood

The limited Route 458 trips running to and from Macquarie University will no longer operate, instead running only between Ryde and Burwood.

Route 459 Macquarie University to Burwood

Route 459 will end due to low demand and the availability of alternative services including the Route M41 bus service between Burwood and Macquarie Centre.

Route 506 Macquarie University to City  

Via Macquarie Centre, North Ryde, East Ryde, Boronia Park, Hunters Hill, Drummoyne, Rozelle, White Bay and City will have an additional 30 trips per week improving services between Macquarie University and the City via East Ryde.

Route 518 Macquarie University to City

Via Macquarie Centre, Denistone East, Ryde, Gladesville, Drummoyne, Rozelle, White Bay and City will have an additional 50 trips per week improving services between Macquarie University and the City via Gladesville.

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