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How to use public transport to get around Sydney and NSW. Travel to and from Sydney Airport. Information about accessible travel, safety and security, travelling with prams and late night transport.
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North West Night Bus services have now concluded. You can catch metro night services 7 days a week.
Plan ahead using the Trip Planner and transport apps.
Marine Drive will be closed to traffic from Monday 23 May 2022, for maintenance works in preparation of the UCI World Cycling Championships.
The trial Norwest On Demand bus services, run by CDC Hillsbus MetroConnect, will cease operation on 27 May 2022.
From Sunday 15 May 2022, you will be able to access the new bus interchange at Bankstown Central from The Mall and Jacob Street, providing better integration with Bankstown’s current and future modes of transport including Sydney Metro.
From Tuesday 26 April there will be some bus service changes in the North Shore and Western Sydney areas.
Bikes on Buses in the Bush was trialled in Queanbeyan and Yass from 6 December 2021 to 31 March 2022, allowing users to combine a bike ride with a bus trip.
Albury, Greater Nowra and Tamworth bus customers can now plan bus trips and make better-informed travel decisions using digital timetable information and real-time updates.
Armidale, Bathurst and Port Macquarie bus customers can now plan bus trips and make better-informed travel decisions using digital timetable information and real-time updates.
From Monday18 October there will be bus service changes across Western, North Shore and North West Sydney bus routes.
Bathurst now has more than 500 new additional weekly bus services as part of bus network improvements in the region.
Parkes, Forbes and Grafton bus customers can now plan bus trips and make better-informed travel decisions using digital timetable information and real-time updates.
Transport officers are deployed across our services, checking tickets. If you don't have a valid ticket and you may be fined. We know that most people do the right thing so we are saying thank you to our honest customers.
Customers in Tweed Heads, Queanbeyan and Wagga Wagga can now plan trips using digital timetable information and make informed travel decisions with real-time updates.
Transport is testing QR code customer satisfaction surveys at select locations across the Public Transport network.
Eligible students 16 years old or older will be able to apply for the Transport Concession Entitlement Card.
Coff harbour and Lismore join other regional Cities around NSW, set to benefit from with an upgrade to bus networks.
More Regional Cities around NSW are set to benefit from with an upgrade to bus networks from 21 September.
Digital timetables and real-time trip information is now available on buses in Bega, Dubbo and Coffs Harbour.
Regional Cities around NSW are set to benefit from a major overhaul to bus networks that will see hundreds of additional weekly bus services and more travel choices from mid-July.
The Australian Government has made an app called COVIDSafe to speed up contacting people exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19).