Make a beeline for the B-Line

This week the new B-Line bus service will begin servicing the Northern Beaches.

The original double decker, the Leyland Atlantean which serviced the route 30 years ago

The original double decker, the Leyland Atlantean which serviced the route 30 years ago

30 years after the original double decker bus was removed from the Wynyard to Avalon route in May 1986, they're making a triumphant return.

The distinctive fleet of 10 new yellow double decker buses will operate 2,000 new services, known as the B-Line, between Mona Vale to Wynyard, extending to Newport in 2018.


No waiting in the B-Line

These modern buses will provide a frequent and reliable 'turn up and go' service 7 days a week, running every five minutes in the morning peak, and every 10 minutes at other times between 4:30am and 12:30am.


Key features of the service

  • High frequency ‘turn up and go’ bus services running up to every 5 minutes in the peak

  • Reliable and high capacity services

  • Easing congestion on roads along B-Line route

B-Line bus services also provide more seats, more on-board comfort include in-seat USB chargers and priority seating for people with accessibility needs.   Depending on the time of day you travel the B-Line covers the trip from Mona Vale to Wynyard in around 1 hour


The B-Line Route

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You can catch B-Line from the new branded B-Line bus stops at Mona Vale, Narrabeen, Warriewood, Collaroy, Dee Why, Brookvale, Manly Vale, Spit Junction Mosman, Neutral Bay and Wynyard. See route map and download a timetable.

Six new commuter car parks are planned at Mona Vale, Warriewood, Narrabeen, Dee Why, Brookvale and Manly Vale providing around 900 spaces, as well as bicycle parking, to encourage customers to park and ride.



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