Commuters will benefit from extra services on the Western line, when the new timetable is introduced on October 20.
Local state MPs Tanya Davies and Bart Bassett said the timetable will deliver 34 extra weekly services from Penrith and 80 extra weekly services from Emu Plains.
Mrs Davies said customers will notice the improvements, which include 39 extra weekly services from St Marys. Commuters from Kingswood and Werrington will benefit from an additional 49 extra weekly services.
“The timetable has been developed by experts based on demand and with the goal of getting the most out of the network for customers,” Mr Bassett said.
New term begins
The WASH House’s new term program starts on October 14 and runs until December 6.
Groups include yoga, art, computers, sewing, folk art, knitting, belly/bolly dancing, meditation, tai chi, dance, stretch & tone, Christmas craft, Christmas cooking and more.
Details: Call 9677 1962 from October 8.
The NSW Breakers women’s cricket team will play two rounds of the 2013/14 Women’s National Cricket League and Women’s T20 competitions at Blacktown International Sportspark, Rooty Hill.
The Breakers, the defending champions, became the first team to win both the WNCL and WT20 in the same season during 2012/13.
They open against Tasmania in Launceston on October 25-27 before returning to Blacktown in November.
Each will be two WNCL matches and one T20.
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