You can find on this page the Sydney buses map to print and to download in PDF. The Sydney bus system map and the Sydney trolley map present the network, stations and lines of the buses and trolley of Sydney in Australia.
Buses form a key part of Sydney public transport system, connecting all areas of the city as its shown in Sydney bus system map, including those without rail or water transport. There are also NightRide services replacing most train routes between midnight and 4am.

Sydney bus map

Map of Sydney buses

The Sydney bus map shows all the stations and lines of the Sydney bus system. This bus map of Sydney will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of Sydney in Australia. The Sydney bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

In the city and inner suburbs the state-owned Sydney Buses has a monopoly. In the outer suburbs, service is contracted to many private bus companies as its mentioned in Sydney bus map. Construction of a network of rapid bus transitways in areas not previously well served by public transport began in 1999, and the first of these, the Liverpool–Parramatta Rapid Bus Transitway, opened in February 2003. State government-owned Sydney Ferries runs numerous commuter and tourist ferry services on Sydney Harbour and the Parramatta River.

The State Transit Authority of New South Wales (STA) is an agency of the Government of New South Wales based in Sydney, Australia operating bus and ferry services. The Authority comprises three business units: Sydney Buses, which provides commuter, charter and tourist bus services to much of inner metropolitan Sydney and some outer areas in The Hills District; Newcastle Buses & Ferries, which provides commuter bus services throughout the Newcastle metropolitan area through to Swansea and operates the Newcastle-Stockton ferry; Western Sydney Buses, which operates commuter bus services along the Liverpool to Parramatta bus transitway as you can see in Sydney bus map.

Sydney Buses is a commuter bus service operating in Sydney. The network—comprising buses in the series 100, 200, 300, 400 and 500—is loosely based on the reach of the city now-defunct tram network (see Trams in Sydney). In recent years, Sydney Buses has grown significantly through acquisitions of smaller bus companies as reforms to contracting arrangements encourage consolidation in the industry (see Sydney bus map). This growth has meant that the fleet size has increased without a corresponding drop in the fleet average age.