It will be much easier to get around Wagga from the end of the month, with an extension of the local bus timetable set to increase routes and times.
More than 240 extra services will be added to the timetable from Monday, March 30.
A new 'on demand' service will link the suburbs of Wagga with the Bomen Business Park with up to four morning and afternoon weekday services along with two on Saturdays, and more frequent services will run to Charles Sturt University.
All routes will run later into the evenings on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and from 8am to 6pm, there will be buses running on Sundays.
Minister for regional transport and roads Paul Toole said the change was in response to a growth in demand.
"This is in direct response to community feedback and will support jobs and education opportunities by making public transport a real option for workers to get to and from the industrial estate."
For school buses, changes have been made to bus stops on Lutheran Primary School property, with other students set to benefit from new Interchange points on Deakin Avenue, Lloyd Road and Lakeside Drive aimed at increasing safety.
Member for Wagga Wagga Dr Joe McGirr welcomed the changes, which he said would encourage the community to keep their vehicles at home for their regular commute.
"With more choices than ever before, there are 240 more reasons to leave the car at home and get on public transport for work, uni and school," he said.
Visit www.transportnsw.info to view the full list of network changes.