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South-East Bus commuters got a first look at their bus network today, after confidential plans containing the proposal was leaked overnight. These changes are being introduced due to the opening of the CBD and South East Light Rail, in order to reduce service duplication between the tram and the bus network. The proposed changes will begin at some point after the L3 Kingsford Line of the light rail network opens later this month.
South-East bus commuters are in for a shake-up of their network from later this year – Transport NSW Blog Collection
It is important to note that this confidential document is a draft document of the changes ONLY and is subject to change. Transport NSW Blog has confirmed the validity of the document with internal sources, which they say is mostly final, but do warn that some changes may occur. Transport NSW Blog has been made aware that an official announcement is to be expected later this week and it is believed that the leak was deliberate leak.
A full list of known changes is listed below;
302, 314, 317, 376, 377, 393, 395, 397, 399, 891, 893, 898, L94, M10 and M50
UNKNOWN ROUTE MODIFICATIONS or NO CHANGE
At this stage it is unknown if the following routes will have any changes, however that they were included within the scope of the new bus network plan.
303, 307, 313, 316, 338, 339, 343, 353, 357, 372, 374, 396 and 418
This article first appeared on transportnsw.wordpress.com
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