Getting around Strathfield just got easier!
As part of a new and exciting community initiative, Strathfield Council launched a commuter bus called the Strathfield Connector in March 2019.
The free commuter bus services residents of Strathfield LGA connecting them with local shops, restaurants and businesses closer than ever before.
Running 7 days a week, every 30 minutes from 7am - 7pm, the main stops include the following:
- Strathfield Square
- Strathfield Library
- Homebush shops
- Homebush West shops
- Strathfield South
- Sydney Markets
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To download the Bus Route Map, please scroll down to the bottom of the page.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I catch the Strathfield Connector?
There will be various stops along the routes. The buses also work on a ‘hail and ride’ system.
Can I take my motorised scooter on the Strathfield Connector?
No. Due to space constraints you cannot bring your motorised scooter on the bus.
Can the Strathfield Connector accommodate wheelchair accessibility?
Yes. 2 of the 4 buses which will be used are wheelchair accessible.
Is there room to store my shopping on the Strathfield Connector?
You can only bring shopping that you can carry onto the bus yourself. For larger grocery shopping, you should arrange for home delivery through the supermarket.
What is the capacity of the bus?
Wheelchair bus – 18
Non wheelchair - 25
Can I take a pram on the Strathfield Connector?
2 of the 4 buses have space to store a folded up pram, stowed securely with the child seated with their carer.