Newcastle Bus and Ferry services cancelled: Wed 13 April

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If you’re planning on using Public Transport tomorrow (April 13) you may want to rethink you schedule. Newcastle Bus and Ferry services will not be running between 11am and 1pm on Wednesday 13 April and there may be some disruption to services just prior to and after this time as drivers travel to and from meetings about the new Transport for Newcastle initiative.

See the full statement from Newcastle Bus and Ferry services below.

Newcastle Bus and Ferry services cancelled – Wed 13 April 2016

Newcastle bus and ferry customers are urged to plan ahead, with limited State Transit services running between 11am and 1pm on Wednesday 13 April due to staff and union briefings about the new Transport for Newcastle initiative.

The service disruption will impact bus customers travelling in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie, as well as customers on the Stockton Ferry.

Services will not be running between 11am and 1pm on Wednesday 13 April and there may be some disruption to services just prior to and after this time as drivers travel to and from meetings.

Customers travelling on trains and rail replacement buses in Newcastle will not be impacted by Wednesday’s service disruptions. Transport for NSW will also ensure limited services continue to run to local hospitals.

For customers travelling to and from appointments at John Hunter and Calvary Mater hospitals, a service will run every hour between 11am and 1pm on the following routes:

Route 100 – Charlestown to Newcastle via the John Hunter Hospital and the University;
Route 104 – Jesmond to Newcastle via the Calvary Mater Hospital;
Route 224 – Wallsend to Newcastle via the John Hunter Hospital and Adamstown;
Route 226 – Glendale to Broadmeadow via the Calvary Mater Hospital, and;
Route 363 – Warners Bay to Newcastle via Glendale, Cardiff and the John Hunter Hospital.
After this time, services will return to normal. Transport for NSW apologises to customers for the inconvenience.

To plan your journey before or after Wednesday’s service disruption, visit transportnsw.info.

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