Public transport will be key to racegoers getting to and from the Newcastle 500 track over the weekend, with up to 150,000 expected to be in Newcastle for the event.
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Supercars shuttle buses from Hunter Stadium and the Wickham interchange will terminate at Honeysuckle, 1.2km from the circuit.
Transport for NSW on Thursday released a plan for 300 more bus services and 90 extra train journeys to cater for crowds at the Supercars weekend, from November 24 to 26.
Supercars, Hunter Development Corporation and private transport operator Keolis Downer representatives confirmed Hunter Stadium and Stockton would host large park-and-ride centres.
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A map of the planned bus routes shows travellers from the stadium and the interchange will get dropped at Newcastle Maritime Museum and either walk to the track or catch another shuttle bus from Hunter Street, near Civic. Some regular bus services will terminate before Civic while others will continue to Bolton Street.
The last shuttle will run at 11pm, giving racegoers two hours to walk back to the maritime museum after Delta Goodrem’s Friday concert and one hour after Cold Chisel finish on Saturday.
Two ferries, with a combined capacity of 1200 an hour, will run until 1am on Saturday and Sunday from the CBD to a 2500-space car park at Stockton.
Trains would run until the “wee small hours” and racegoers could park and ride at railway stations.
“You need to consider planning your trip. The trains will keep running. It’s not a long walk from the east end up to here,” Mr Cassel said.
Race and transport organisers are urging racegoers not to drive into the city centre.
Keolis Downer Hunter chief executive Campbell Mason said the network would “run smoothly” and had enough drivers to cope.
Neither Mr Mason nor Mr Cassel could provide an estimate on how many people would use the park-and-ride service at the stadium.