The trial of daily return coach services connecting Forster, Taree, Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour will begin early next month.
The six-month trial is due to depart on Monday, April 8, with $2.50 tickets for eligible customers available for sale from March 25.
Local member, Stephen Bromhead said the six month trial was being launched following strong support and feedback from the community during a recent consultation by NSW TrainLink.
"I have been fighting hard as the Member for Myall Lakes to get more transport connectivity to our region," Mr Bromhead said.
"This is great news for our community as they will soon be able to travel directly between Forster and Coffs Harbour.
"These new services will help day trippers, families and local businesses connect with other regional hubs along the Mid North Coast, with the option to return home on the same day."
The daily return coach service will operate between Forster and Coffs Harbour, with stops including Taree, Cundletown, Coopernook, Kew, Wauchope, Port Macquarie, Kempsey, Frederickton, Macksville, Nambucca Heads and Urunga.
"Our modern and accessible coaches will improve access for these regional communities and provide additional public transport connections to supplement the existing rail service to help boost local economies.
"Tickets go on sale from the Monday 25 March and I encourage the community to get on board to ensure the coach services continue running after the trial finishes."
NSW TrainLink is finalising the service route and timetable based on feedback from surveys and community engagement sessions held throughout the region late last year.
At the same time NSW TrainLink will review will customer feedback and preferences during the six month trial to see if any improvements can be made.
The trial will use a modern coach with a wheelchair lift, space for up to two wheelchairs and has an on-board toilet.
Customers can book seats on-line, phone 13 22 32 or visiting Taree TrainLink stations.
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