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Update about the Baylink Shuttle Bus Service
Update 12 July 2018
The Baylink Shuttle free community bus service has reached a significant milestone, carrying more than 300,000 passengers since it commenced just 5 months ago.
Introduced in January as a trial to assess community demand, the Shuttle is being fully funded by Billbergia as a company expense – at no cost to any residents of the Wentworth Point community. The Baylink Shuttle operates Monday to Friday between 6:30am and 6:45pm, to provide a free loop service between Wentworth Point, the Ferry Wharf, the new Public School and Rhodes train station.
In response to the overwhelming popularity of the service, Billbergia has now decided to extend the trial for at least the next 12 months and will be introducing new, larger buses with increased capacity.
The Baylink Shuttle is part of Billbergia’s plans for the last stage of its waterfront development at the Wentworth Point Town Centre.
The new larger buses are expected to be operational by mid-September – additional information about the new buses will be available in a few weeks.
In the meantime you can contact the Baylink Shuttle team on Ph 1800 WWP BUS (1800 997 287) for further information.
Baylink Shuttle Project Team
A gorgeous twilight to end the weekend. Such beautiful colours.
More development in the area.
A development application has been lodged with the City of Parramatta for three residential buildings in Sydney’s Lidcombe. The $114 million applica
WPPS gets a mention at the very bottom of the article.
The government will spend $6 billion on schools infrastructure to ease overcrowding and cope with ballooning enrolments.
Update from Landcom re the Peninsula Park.
This is being letter box dropped locally over the next few days.
Due to upgrade works to an irrigation line along a section of Louise Sauvage Pathway detour will be in place directing pedestrians and cyclists around the works.
Route 533 from Sydney Olympic Park to Chatswood via Wentworth Point will start operating during weekdays and on weekends, instead of only during peak periods.
The 2018-19 NSW Budget will provide $15.6 million for extra bus services in areas where people need them the most.
Commuters will get thousands of more services in the inner west, eastern suburbs and western suburbs.
Nothing hits you like Origin at The Brewery Be part of true blue Origin excitement at our Live Blues site at The Brewery Bar + Kitchen at Sydney Olympic Park. Watch the live broadcast of the Holden State of Origin series on our live outdoor screen from the comfort of a bean bag or stool in our beer….
Wentworth Point Community Central added a new photo.
Hot off the press! WPCC news is in the link below.
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I’m still waiting for more info on the Baylink Shuttle, but Billbergia has confirmed that it will continue for the time being. The VPA is still being considered. I will update when I get more details.