Transport and roads

The growth of Liverpool's release areas and our position as a regional centre reinforces Liverpool City Council's commitment to finding new and creative transport solutions to meet the community's needs.

Road-and-transportPlease click on the following highlighted links:

Getting to Liverpool

Sydney's developing transport infrastructure clearly favours Liverpool City above all other cities in Greater Western Sydney.

The City is the only regional centre on the M7, which will significantly reduce travel times to the west and north of Sydney. The M5 links Liverpool City directly to Australia's largest global gateways of Kingsford Smith Airport and the seaports of Port Botany and Port Kembla. The off peak journey to the airport is just 20 minutes and central Sydney is only 25-30 minutes away.

To the south, the Hume Highway links Sydney to Canberra and Melbourne and traffic heading north to central Sydney.  To the north, the Cumberland Highway, which runs to Parramatta and beyond to the Sydney-Newcastle Freeway, also links the City to the M4 and the Great Western Highway, providing a gateway to the Blue Mountains and western NSW.

In addition to major road extensions, Liverpool boasts one of Sydney's first rapid bus transit-way systems. The Liverpool to Parramatta bus transit-way is a dedicated 20km bus priority transport route linking the two major centres via the industrial areas of Wetherill Park and Smithfield.

The state of the art Liverpool railway station is used by an average 22,000 commuters daily, making it one of the busiest on the Sydney railway network.

Travel time to central Sydney on the East Hills line is an average 30 minutes.  With the construction of the Harris Park to Merrylands railway link, Liverpool passengers also have direct railway access to the Western line and centres such as Parramatta, Penrith and the Blue Mountains and western NSW.


There are a number of operators running bus services within the Liverpool local government area.  Please click on the links below for details of each operator, their routes and timetables.

BusThe Premier and Minister for Transport has announced the introduction of new services operated by Transit First and Veolia Transport in Contract Region 13 (Bankstown - Liverpool - Parramatta) and Contract Region 10 (Revesby).

For more information please contact the following:

T-WAYT-WAY - connecting Liverpool and Parramatta

The Transitway (T-way) was developed by the State Government as part of a new network linking the greater west. The Liverpool to Parramatta link is the first stage in this network and provides the residents of Liverpool another great way get around.

For more information about the Transitway including timetables and fares, visit the T-way website or call 131 500.

Free Community Shuttle Bus Service

Liverpool City Council is pleased to offer a free community shuttle bus service, provided by Transit
Systems, to assist any members of the public access to a wide range of local services. The shuttle
bus is a great way to get around Liverpool – it’s fast, free and easy to find. You don’t need a ticket just
refer to the timetable below, look out for the bus and jump on board.

Shuttle Bus Factsheet


Liverpool has the benefit of six CityRail lines passing through the area, making it easy for residents to travel out of Liverpool and people to travel into Liverpool by public transport:


  • The Inner West line goes from Liverpool to the City via Regents Park, stopping at Liverpool and Warwick Farm stations
  • The Bankstown line goes from Liverpool to the City via Bankstown, stopping at Liverpool and Warwick Farm stations
  • The Airport/East Hills line goes from Macarthur to the City via the International and Domestic Airports, stopping at Holsworthy station
  • The Cumberland line goes from Campbelltown to Blacktown, stopping at Casula, Liverpool and Warwick Farm stations
  • The South line goes from Macarthur to the City via Granville, stopping at Casula, Liverpool and Warwick Farm stations
  • The Southern Highlands line goes from Goulburn to Central and stops at Liverpool station.

Upgraded Bus-rail Interchange and Liverpool railway station

Liverpool railway station underwent a major $25m upgrade and was officially re-opened in 2000. The upgrade included a new overhead railway concourse, refurbished platforms, easy access lifts, security systems and improved bus facilities. Liverpool station currently receives in excess of 22,000 passengers daily, making it one of the busiest stations in metropolitan Sydney.


East Hills rail Y-link

Commitment to construct a rail Y-link connecting the Liverpool/Granville line to the East Hills line has been given by the State Government. The Y-link will provide choice for rail passengers and a faster, more direct service to the Sydney CBD and airport. A significant expansion of the East Hills line has also been scheduled.

Liverpool to Parramatta rail link

With the construction of the Harris Park to Merrylands rail Y-link, passengers from Liverpool will be provided with direct access to the Western line and centres such as Parramatta, Penrith and the Blue Mountains.

South-west rail link

For information on the South-west rail link visit the Strategic Planning section of this website.

Road works

For details of current road works and the road rehabilitation program, visit the Public Notices page