A host of extra bus services have been added to the public transport network in south-west Sydney.
Camden MP Peter Sidgreaves and Holsworthy MP Melanie Gibbons announced the more than 300 additional weekly services on key routes on Monday.
The new services, which are funded through the government's Growth Services Program, will kick off later this month (Sunday, August 23).
"Around 190 new weekly services will be created on route 841 from Narellan to Leppington," Mr Sidgreaves said.
"This comprises of additional off-peak and weekend services, with a bus every 30 minutes during these times.
"The route will also be altered in Emerald Hills to operate along Emerald Hills Boulevard, providing a more direct service and supporting residential growth in the area."
On top of that, more than 120 extra weekly services will be added to route 869 from Ingleburn to Liverpool via Edmondston Park.
Ms Gibbons said there would also be night services added to the timetable.
"These extra services will operate early in the morning and in the evenings on weekdays, as well as on weekends," she said.
"Customers will see a bus every 30 minutes for longer, with the service operating until 11pm, seven days a week.
"We are also introducing a new N31 Nightride serivce which will run between Liverpool and Leppington, seven days a week, with stops at Liverpool, Casula, Edmondson Park and Leppington."
Customers can view the new services and plan their trips at transportnsw.info.