Written on the 29 June 2015 by Kevin Conolly

Kevin Conolly MP, Member for Riverstone welcomes the 75 extra weekly bus services for commuters in the Riverstone electorate.

Mr Conolly said "The extra bus services came into effect on 29 June, taking the number of extra public transport services to more than 14,000 since coming to Government."

"Since coming to Government in 2011, we have been committed to providing public transport where it is needed, and I am pleased to announce that in 2016 there will be a new service Route 749 from Blacktown to Marsden Park Industrial area." said Mr Conolly.

The new weekly services include:

  • 20 extra weekly services on the T63 between Rouse Hill Town and Parramatta.
  • 20 extra weekly services on the 617X between Rouse Hill and the City
  • 15 extra weekly services on the 607X between Rouse Hill Town Centre and the City
  • 20 extra weekly services on the T65 between Rouse Hill Town Centre and Parramatta
  • Extension of Route 757 to new residential area in Marsden Park and additional peak services to Riverstone station commencing in 2016.
  • The introduction in 2016 of the new route 749 from Blacktown to Marsden Park.

To find out more about extra services and timetable information, customers can visit or check their real time apps, available from the App Store and Google Play.

Author: Kevin Conolly


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