A new petrol station in Sydney’s inner-west is getting an extra boost to its business when it’s offering its customers a free shuttle bus.
The new service will be available for $10 a day from Saturday until Monday at the North Sydney Station, just outside the town of Bourke.
A small team has been on site to install the new bus station in the North End, with more to come in the coming weeks.
“We’ve been working with the company to put the service up and running, and they have a good track record of doing that,” Ms Sieweke said.
The idea is to get people from North Sydney to the South Coast, where the new gas station will operate for $15 a day.
“They’ve got the infrastructure in place to make it happen, but they’ve got to work hard to make the money back,” Ms Nesbitt said.
“But they’ve done that.
They’ve invested a lot of time and money in it, and I’m sure that they’re going to do that again.”
The free shuttle will be provided for customers who choose to take a free bus to and from their station, and it will leave from the North East Metro station.
The bus stops will be at the station at a time and location that the company is comfortable with, and are designed to make getting around the area as easy as possible.
“Our goal is to make this service as easy to use as possible,” Ms Farr said.
“It’s a lot like the train system that we have at the train station.
We’ll have a queue there to get in and out of, but you’ll be able to use it on your way home.”
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