What was Station Link?
Station Link was a $49 million investment in more than 120 new, fully accessible, air-conditioned buses providing thousands of extra services from 30 September 2018.
The high frequency services were introduced to keep customers moving while the rail line between Epping and Chatswood was upgraded ahead of Sydney Metro services starting.
Station Link services stopped operating on 26 May 2019 when Sydney Metro North West services commenced.
From 26 May, temporary kerbside changes including parking changes and bus layovers that were introduced as part of Station Link operations will be reversed. The changes will be reversed in stages over the coming months to enable contingency buses to support Metro operations. For more details see the More Information section on this page.
To ask any questions about specific parking changes in your area, please contact the Station Link team at StationLink@transport.nsw.gov.au
Temporary Station Link infrastructure, including most shelters and signs, will be removed and reused on the network where possible. The temporary Station Link bus shelter at Macquarie University Station will be repurposed as a bus shelter for weekend replacement buses.
The community will continue to benefit from some upgraded infrastructure that was installed as part of the Station Link project, such as street lighting, improved footpaths, and street furniture.
For all the latest project news and milestones visit the Metro website.
Plan your new Station Link journey using the online Trip Planner at transportnsw.info