More bus services to Sydney's West

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Bus customers will soon benefit from better connections and more frequent trips across north west and western Sydney, with more than 2,000 additional weekly services starting next month.

Minister for Transport and Roads Andrew Constance said the changes will provide commuters with new and improved services, with more options across the entire day.

“From the 18th of April, we’ll be adding additional services and increasing the frequency of buses on existing routes, to support our customers in our growing north west and western Sydney suburbs,” Mr Constance said.

Suburbs that will benefit from the bus improvements include Pitt Town, McGraths Hill, Box Hill, Rouse Hill, Riverstone, Schofields, Marsden Park, Mt Druitt, Erskine Park, St Clair, St Marys, Werrington, Jordan Springs, Penrith, Wetherill Park, Prairiewood, Smithfield, Fairfield and Bonnyrigg.

To support the improvements, there will also be minor adjustments to some school and regular services. Schools have been notified of the changes.

Some of the improvements also deliver on commitments made as part of the NSW Government’s Growth Services Program to build a better bus network for customers.

“We’ve added more than 55,000 extra weekly services since March 2011 and are constantly reviewing the network so we can deliver better outcomes for commuters right across Sydney,” Mr Constance said.

Busways will also begin trialling an electric bus this month, operating out of the Penrith depot, making it the first electric bus to run in this region.

Customers will be able to plan their trips from early April at transportnsw.info