Sydney bus map
Sydney bus route map. Sydney bus map (Australia) to print. Sydney bus map (Australia) to download. Sydney Buses is a commuter bus service operating in Sydney. The network—comprising buses in the series 100, 200, 300, 400 and 500 as you can see in sydney bus map—is loosely based on the reach of the city now-defunct tram network. In recent years, Sydney Buses has grown significantly through acquisitions of smaller bus companies as reforms to contracting arrangements encourage consolidation in the industry. This growth has meant that the fleet size has increased without a corresponding drop in the fleet average age. Until recently, Sydney Buses operated under the "State Transit" brand. Formed in 2002, Western Sydney Buses operates route T80, a bus rapid transit service in Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Passengers made 1.7 million journeys with Western Sydney Buses in the 2006-07 financial year. The service is not expected to break even until 2008.
Sydney Buses operates a number of high-profile services: 10: Prepay Metrobus, operating between Maroubra Junction and Leichhardt Town Hall via Anzac Parade, Oxford Street, Town Hall, Railway Square and Broadway as its shown in sydney bus map. It connects busy, tourist areas as well as 3 universities, namely UNSW, University of Sydney and UTS. 20: Prepay Metrobus, operating between Gore Hill and Mascot via Sydney Harbour Bridge, Pacific Highway, Town Hall, Railway Square and Bourke Street. It connects busy, tourist areas as well as industrial areas such as Green Square. 111: The Sydney Explorer, a tourist loop service billed as Sydney's official tour, in operation since 1980. 130: "Pumpkin bus" operating a loop service around Freshwater, Dee Why, Naraweena, Frenches Forest and Allambie. L90: The 'L90' bus service operates the longest route in Sydney and has the most services 200: MetroLine, connecting Chatswood, Cahill Expressway, Macquarie Street NSW State Headquarters, Kings Cross, Edgecliff and then Bondi Junction 222: The Bondi Explorer, a tourist loop service stopping at attractions on the harbour's southern foreshore and the eastern beaches
333: Bondi Beach Prepay Only, the city first prepay only limited stops bus service as its mentioned in sydney bus map. 400: MetroLine, connecting Burwood, the Airport, the University of New South Wales and Bondi Junction. There is also the 'Route 410' peak hour prepay service which operates along the route 400 between Rockdale and Bondi Junction and it bypasses the Airport. 555: Free CBD Shuttle, a zero-fare service operating along George and Elizabeth Streets between Circular Quay and Central Railway Station, the service commenced on Wednesday December 3 2008. 891 & 895: Pre-Pay express routes connecting the CBD with the University of New South Wales are State Transit most profitable. There is also route 890 & 892 which they are not Pre-paid services and they can operate to/from Circular Quay and they operate on limted peak hour services only. 999: a zero-fare late-night service connecting Kings Cross and Central station on Friday and Saturday late nights.