New timetables, more services
From 26 November, more than 8,600 new weekly train, bus and ferry services will start across Sydney and surrounds.
We’re simplifying the transport network to meet the needs of a growing Sydney. The changes will increase capacity, so we can deliver more services, and provide better connections between trains, buses and ferries.
The new services include:
- More than 1,500 new weekly train services, including 750 new weekend train services.
- Almost 7,000 new weekly bus services on routes serving the Northern Beaches, Eastern Suburbs, Inner West, Lower North Shore and Northern Suburbs, Macarthur and Hills Districts.
- Introduction of the new B-Line bus service for the Northern Beaches with over 2,000 weekly services.
- More than 140 new weekly ferry services, including a new Cross Harbour ferry route linking the Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore, Inner West and Sydney CBD.
The changes mark the biggest ever change to our transport network.
Some adjustments will be made to existing bus and ferry timetables to align with the new train timetable, making it easier for you to change between different modes of public transport.
Your timetable and trip may change. To see if these changes will affect you:
Peak and off peak
Peak and off peak times for Opal fares are not changing on 26 November.
The peak times described on pink signs relate to train timetable planning and are outlined to help customers understand the new timetable.