Rouse Hill

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North West Railway Line, Sydney - Proposed Route - 2011 Proposal
... with existing Sydney Trains system at Epping) Cherrybrook Castle Hill Hills Centre Norwest 1 Norwest 2 Kellyville (Burns Road) Samantha Riley Drive (possible) Rouse Hill Cudgegong Road (possibl. 67 m (220 ft) below ground at the deepest point below the intersection of Pennant Hills Road and Castle Hill Road—deeper than the floor of Sydney harbour (about 50 m (160 ft)), and much deeper than the ... yard will be constructed at Tallawong Road in Rouse Hill, with room for 16 trainsets ...
Rouse Hill Town Centre - Transport
... The North West Rail Link is expected to terminate at Rouse Hill ... Bus Routes 601- to Parramatta via Kellyville and Baulkham Hills (Hillsbus) 602- to North Sydney via North West T-way, M2 Motorway, Lane Cove and St Leonards (Hillsbus) 607X- to City via North-West ...
List Of Bus Routes In Sydney - List of Bus Routes
... services M10 Leichhardt – City – Maroubra Junction M20 Gore Hill – City – Botany M30 Spit Junction – City – Sydenham M40 Chatswood – City – Bondi Junction M41 Hurstville – Burwood ... by Sydney Buses in other parts of the city are numbered in the 600 (700 for Baulkham Hills High School – Carlingford/North Rocks) series ... List of 700 Series bus routes Hillsbus services S8 Constitution Hill – Pendle Hill – Wentworthville 700 Blacktown – Parramatta 702 Seven Hills – Toongabbie – Blacktown 705 Parramatta ...
Rouse Hill, New South Wales - Transport
... Rouse Hill is bisected by Windsor Road, which is now a major 4-lane road running from North Parramatta north-west to Windsor ... Most residents of Rouse Hill are reliant on private cars for transport, with a high number of households having two or more cars ... provides services to Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Parramatta and Castle Hill, whilst Busways provides services to Blacktown, Riverstone and Castle Hill ...

Famous quotes containing the words hill and/or rouse:

    One hill will not hold two tigers.
    Chinese proverb.

    Could man be drunk for ever
    With liquor, love, or fights,
    Lief should I rouse at morning
    And lief lie down of nights.
    —A.E. (Alfred Edward)