Scots All Saints College is set to launch a new bus service from the start of Term 3 for students travelling from Lithgow and surrounding areas.
The college has purchased a new 57-seat coach to transport students from Lithgow to the Scots and All Saints campuses via Wallerawang, Portland, Meadow Flat, Yetholme and Napoleon Reef.
"Our new service will be a private, direct, safe and secure way for students to travel to and from our campuses each day without concern or needing to change buses on the way," Scots All Saints head of college John Weeks said.
"The convenience, hassle-free journey will reduce travel time, saving up to 30 minutes on public bus services, which is a big advantage for students and greater peace of mind for our parents."
The launch of the Lithgow service follows a similar bus route launched last year for Scots All Saints students based in Orange.
Mr Weeks said the decision to launch further services is a result of families in outlying areas expressing their desire for more accessible transport to and from the college.
"This decision is a direct result of popular demand and interest from families from across the region seeking a more affordable, family-focused and community-minded all-round college of excellence for their children," he said.
"This presents a significant opportunity to further develop our college, ensuring we can create the best possible learning environment to motivate our children to become the best they can be."
The new coach will also be used for excursions, camps and weekend representative sports matches.
Scots All Saints College also runs bus services for students based in and around Blayney and Millthorpe.