Mount Druitt railway station

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Mount Druitt
Mount Druitt Train Station September 2017.jpg
Eastbound view in September 2017
Location North Parade, Mount Druitt
Coordinates 33°46′11″S 150°49′11″E / 33.76961389°S 150.8197972°E / -33.76961389; 150.8197972Coordinates: 33°46′11″S 150°49′11″E / 33.76961389°S 150.8197972°E / -33.76961389; 150.8197972
Owned by RailCorp
Operated by Sydney Trains
Line(s) Main Western
Distance 43.29 kilometres from Central
Platforms 4 (2 island)
Tracks 4
Connections TfNSW B.svg
Construction
Structure type Ground
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Status Staffed
Station code MTT
Website Transport for NSW
History
Opened 19 August 1881
Rebuilt 8 December 1974
Electrified Yes
Traffic
Passengers (2013) 7,160 (daily)[1] (Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink)
Rank 33
Services
Preceding station   Sydney Trains   Following station
towards Emu Plains
T1
Western Line
towards Central

Mount Druitt railway station is located on the Main Western line, serving the Sydney suburb of Mount Druitt. It is served by Sydney Trains T1 Western line services.

History[edit]

The original Mount Druitt station opened on 19 August 1881. On 8 December 1974, a new station opened 500 metres to the east built, partly funded by the developer of the Mount Druitt Shopping Centre.[2][3]

Platforms & services[edit]

Platform Line Stopping pattern Notes
1 services to Hornsby via Central & Chatswood [4]
2 services to Hornsby via Central & Chatswood Mainly used during peak hours[4]
3 services to Emu Plains Mainly used during peak hours[4]
4 services to Emu Plains [4]

Transport links[edit]

Interchange bus bay
Footbridge connecting station and interchange over road
Mount Druitt Station Bus Interchange

Stand 1: Busways

  • 756: to Blacktown via Powers Road and Doonside[5]
  • 757: to Marsden Park and Riverstone (peak hours only, connection at Plumpton via 756 required at all other times)[6]

Stand 2: Busways

  • 755: to Shalvey, extends to Plumpton during off-peak hours and on Saturdays[7]
  • 758: to St Marys via Shalvey and North St Marys[8]

Stand 3: Busways

  • 754: to Blacktown via Hassall Grove[9]

Stand 4: Busways

  • 750: to Blacktown via Carlisle Avenue and Richmond Road[10]
  • 761: to Bidwill via Carlisle Avenue[11]

Stand 5: Busways

  • 723: to Mount Druitt via Eastern Creek [12]
  • 728: to Blacktown via Rooty Hill and Bungarribee
  • 729: to Blacktown via Minchinbury and Eastern Creek[13]
  • 738: to Eastern Creek Industrial Park and Horsley Park[14]
  • 739V: to Mount Druitt Village loop[15]

Stand 6: Busways

  • 780: to Penrith via Whalan, Tregear, Ropes Crossing, Werrington County and Cambridge Park[16]

Stand 7: Busways

  • 674: to Windsor via Whalan, Tregear, Shanes Park, Berkshire Park and South Windsor[17]
  • 759: to St Marys via Emerton, Lethbridge Park, Tregear, Willmot, Ropes Crossing and North St Marys[18]

Stand 8: Busways

  • 770: to Penrith via Colyton, St Marys, Claremont Meadows and Kingswood[19]
  • 771: to St Marys via Colyton.[20]
  • 774: to Penrith via Oxley Park, St Marys, UWS Kingswood and Nepean Hospital[21]
  • 775: to Penrith via St Marys, UWS Kingswood and Nepean Hospital[22]
  • 776: to Penrith via St Clair, UWS Kingswood and Nepean Hospital[23]

Mount Druitt station is served by one NightRide route:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bureau of Transport Statistics. "Train Statistics 2014" (PDF). Transport NSW. Retrieved 12 July 2018. 
  2. ^ Mount Druitt Station NSWrail.net
  3. ^ Mount Druitt Railway Station Group NSW Environment & Heritage
  4. ^ a b c d "T1: Western line timetable". Transport for NSW. 
  5. ^ "Busways route 756". Transport for NSW. 
  6. ^ "Busways route 757". Transport for NSW. 
  7. ^ "Busways route 755". Transport for NSW. 
  8. ^ "Busways route 758". Transport for NSW. 
  9. ^ "Busways route 754". Transport for NSW. 
  10. ^ "Busways route 750". Transport for NSW. 
  11. ^ "Busways route 761". Transport for NSW. 
  12. ^ "Busways route 723". Transport for NSW. 
  13. ^ "Busways route 729". Transport for NSW. 
  14. ^ "Busways route 738". Transport for NSW. 
  15. ^ "Busways route 739V". Transport for NSW. 
  16. ^ "Busways route 780". Transport for NSW. 
  17. ^ "Busways route 674". Transport for NSW. 
  18. ^ "Busways route 759". Transport for NSW. 
  19. ^ "Busways route 770". Transport for NSW. 
  20. ^ "Busways route 771". Transport for NSW. 
  21. ^ "Busways route 774". Transport for NSW. 
  22. ^ "Busways route 755". Transport for NSW. 
  23. ^ "Busways route 776". Transport for NSW. 
  24. ^ "N70 Nightride". Transport for NSW. 

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