Baylink Shuttle trial – Community Update 10 April 2018 The trial of the Baylink…

Baylink Shuttle trial – Community Update 10 April 2018

The trial of the Baylink Shuttle has seen around 120,000 passengers use the service in just 10 weeks.
The free service is currently operating with two buses – funded by Billbergia, as part of a larger proposal for the last stage of Billbergia’s waterfront development on Burroway Road at Wentworth Point.

The long-term future of the Baylink Shuttle service is currently under discussion with City of Parramatta Council, with the trial due to finish at the end of April 2018.
An update about the ongoing operation of the service will be provided once discussions with Council have progressed.

The Baylink Shuttle trial has been operating to assess whether it helps to reduce private car use, and encourage greater use of regular, reliable public transport. As part of a review of the trial, Billbergia has commissioned a survey to help understand how people travel to and from Wentworth Point for work, and whether continuing the Baylink Shuttle will help move more people onto public transport.

If you see survey staff on site over the next few days, please take a moment to provide your responses. Alternatively you can take the survey here.
The survey is open until 7pm on Monday 16 April.

Baylink Shuttle
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