Heading back to school or back to work? Don’t forget Station Link has got your back!
Transport for NSW Sydney Coordination Office Executive Director Steve Issa reminded customers that normal services are available on most Station Link routes to help you get to where you need to be in the Macquarie Park precinct.
There are a range of high frequency Station Link services at Epping and Chatswood, as well as peak period services from Beecroft, Eastwood and St Leonards to help customers travel in the busiest parts of the day.
“We know the Macquarie Park precinct is going to get busier so the best thing you can do if you have to drive is to drive outside of the busiest morning and afternoon peak hours from 8-9am and 5-6pm,” Mr Issa said.
“A great tip for customers who live south of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and want to travel to and from Macquarie Park precinct is to catch a SL4 bus to and from St Leonards – that’s the best option on weekdays during peak periods.
“With direct services running through the Lane Cove Tunnel from St Leonards in the morning and returning in the afternoon, SL4 can get customers to Macquarie Park or Macquarie University quicker.”
The dedicated Macquarie University SL7 service will resume on Monday 18 February 2019 in line with the start of the university semester.
Customers can plan ahead and check for latest updates on transportnsw.info.