Public transport

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Woollahra Council aims to encourage the use of public transport, by lobbying public transport providers on the provision of services, by providing and maintaining bus passenger facilities and by extending access opportunities. Woollahra Council also seeks to identify and remove access impediments to the mobility impaired.

For information on bus, rail and ferry timetables, visit Transport Info NSW.

BRIDJ – On-Demand Transport

BRIDJ is a new flexible form of public transport, offering Sydney's Eastern Suburbs residents greater convenience, service and connectivity.

The on demand ride-share service, which is part of the NSW Government’s On Demand Transport Pilot Program, will replace the existing Ride Plus service from 20 August.

New 16-seat mini-buses will operate to and from Rose Bay Ferry Wharf from Bondi, North Bondi and Dover Heights.

The vehicles have been customised to provide a premium service and superior customer experience and will feature free Wi-Fi.

The BRIDJ service will operate at these times:

Weekday mornings 6am-9am

Weekday afternoons 3pm-9pm

Weekends 8am-8.30pm

The cost of a one-way journey will be $3.10, or $1.50 for concession card holders. An introductory fare-free period will run from 20-31 August.

To use the service, commuters can download the BRIDJ app via the App Store or Google Play, and book a dedicated seat using OpalPay or Credit Card.

More information, including a map of the service zone and how to download the BRIDJ app can be found on the BRIDJ website.