Sydney’s Metrobus network is comprised of 13 routes, providing high-frequency, high-capacity links between key employment and growth centres across Sydney.
These extra Metrobus routes provide 400,000 additional bus passenger spaces a week.
The State Transit Metrobus network is comprised of:
M10 - Connecting Leichhardt, Camperdown, City, Darlinghurst, Kensington, Kingsford and Maroubra Junction.
M20 - Connecting Gore Hill, Crows Nest, Nth Sydney, City, Waterloo, Rosebery, Mascot and Botany.
M30 - Connecting Mosman, Neutral Bay, City, Chippendale, Newtown, Enmore and Sydenham.
M40 - Connecting Chatswood, Willoughby, Naremburn, City, Darlinghurst, Paddington and Bondi Junction.
M41 - Connecting Macquarie Park, Nth Ryde, Burwood, Campsie, Bexley North and Hurstville.
M50 - Connecting Drummoyne, Rozelle, City, Darlinghurst, Moore Park, Randwick and Coogee.
M52 - Connecting Parramatta, Ryde, Drummoyne, Rozelle and Circular Quay.
M54 - Connecting Parramatta, Carlingford, Epping and Macquarie Park.
Benefits of Metrobus
- No timetable required – high-frequency service running seven days a week, with a 10-minute frequency during peak periods, every 15 minutes during the weekday off-peak, and 20 minutes in the evening and on weekends.
- Easy to follow route - simple bus stop numbering and on-bus next stop displays and audio announcements make traveling on Metrobus an easy alternative.
- Easy connections - Metrobus services stop at major bus and rail interchanges.
- Safe and comfortable - all Metrobus buses are air-conditioned and feature digital CCTV for enhanced security.
- Wheelchair-friendly - low-floor entry and priority seating make Metrobus very accessible for wheelchair users, less mobile passengers and parents with prams.
- Greener way to travel - each bus features the latest environmental controls to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.