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New Metrobus services in the Hillsbus area, connecting Parramatta to Hornsby via Castle Hill
Starting 7 March 2010

Metrobus M60 connects Hornsby, Normanhurst, Thornleigh, Pennant Hills, Cherrybrook, Castle Hill, Baulkham Hills and Parramatta

The newest addition to the popular Metrobus network is commencing Monday 7 March. Metrobus M60 high frequency service operates 7 days a week, departing every 10 minutes during morning and afternoon peak periods, every 15 minutes during the day, and every 20 minutes on weekends.

Weekdays
The first M60 departs Parramatta at 5.30am, and the last M60 departs Parramatta at 8.10pm. The first M60 departs Hornsby at 6.00am, and the last M60 departs Hornsby at 7:55pm.

Weekends and Public Holidays
The first M60 service departs from Hornsby at 7.30am then every 20 minutes until the last departures at 7.30pm. The first M60 service departs from Parramatta at 7.28am, then every 20 minutes until the last bus departures at 7.28pm.

The Metrobus M60 replaces and consolidates the existing route 600 between Parramatta, Baulkham Hills and Castle Hill. Early morning and late evening services between Parramatta and Castle Hill are provided by route 600 (see separate M60/600 timetable for departure times.)

Details of the service are provided in the metrobus M60 brochure.  Operating times are provided in the  600-m60_timetable__1August2014.pdf (403.45kB)pdf icon.

The Metrobus network delivers frequent and direct services for the people of Sydney. For more information on the Metrobus M60, visit http://www.transport.nsw.gov.au/content/metrobus-network

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