North Sydney Bus Depot facts for kids
|Location||Ernest Street, Neutral Bay|
|Owner(s)||Transport for NSW|
|Opened||3 June 1909|
North Sydney Bus Depot is a bus depot in the Sydney suburb of Neutral Bay operated by State Transit.
On 3 June 1909, the North Sydney Tram Depot opened to replace the Ridge Street Tram Depot. On 15 September 1940, a bus depot opened on the adjacent site. With the closure of the North Sydney tram network in June 1958 and the opening of Willoughby Bus Depot in July 1958, the tram depot closed and sold for redevelopment as the Big Bear Shopping Centre, while the bus depot was downgraded to a satellite depot.
As of December 2020, it has an allocation of 66 buses.
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