Key to icons and line colours
Sydney Metro Network – the Metro North West Line runs between Tallawong Station and Chatswood Station, via Macquarie University.
Sydney Trains Network – Sydney metropolitan area train services bounded by Berowra to the north, Bondi Junction to the east, Waterfall to the south, Macarthur and Leppington to the south west, Emu Plains and Richmond to the west.
Intercity Trains Network – outer Sydney metropolitan area train services to the Blue Mountains to the west, Central Coast and Hunter to the north, Illawarra and South Coast to the south and Southern Highlands to the south west.
Abbreviation codes – Next to the Train icon in the Trip Planner results, there will be an abbreviation or code of up to 3 letters referring to a specific line, at the bottom of this page you can find a key to each of these codes.
Sydney Buses Network – Sydney metropolitan area bus services including NightRide.
Outer Sydney metropolitan area buses networks including
Opal cards can be used on these services.
Sydney Ferries Network – Sydney metropolitan area ferry services bounded by Neutral Bay, Mosman Bay, Taronga Zoo and Manly to the north, Watsons Bay to the east and Darling Harbour and Parramatta to the west.
Newcastle Ferries – outer Sydney metropolitan area ferry services between Queens Wharf and Stockton.
Next to the Ferry icon in the Trip Planner results, there will be an abbreviation or code of several letters referring to a specific line, at the bottom of this page you can find a key to each of these codes.
Sydney light rail Network – Sydney metropolitan light rail services.
Newcastle light rail Network – Newcastle CBD light rail services.
|Regional Trains and Coaches Network – NSW TrainLink Regional train and coach services connecting the North Coast, North Western, Western and Southern regions of NSW and to Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne. Booked seat services. Find out more about booking.|
|School buses – dedicated school bus services that run between schools and local areas in the mornings and afternoons on school days.|
|Temporary trains – used to identify special trains, such as special event services.|
|Temporary buses – buses that replace trains, ferries and light rail due to trackwork or disruptions or Sydney Olympic Park event buses.|
|Temporary ferries – used to identify special ferry services, such as special event services.|
|Temporary light rail – used to identify special light rail services, such as special event services.|
|Private bus services. Opal cards are not accepted on these services.|
|Private ferry and fast ferry services. Opal cards are not accepted on these services.|
|Private coach services. Opal cards are not accepted on these services. Bookings may be required.|
|On Demand services – flexible transport service, which allows you to book a vehicle to pick you up from home or a nearby location and take you to a local transport hub or point of interest. Opal cards are not accepted on these services. Bookings are required.|
|Walk – a section of your trip made on foot.|
|Taxi/Drive – a section of your trip made in a taxi or private motor car.|
|Baby change table|
|Bike racks, sheds or lockers – a bike rack is a dedicated, non-secure rack or space to park bicycles. Bike sheds are enclosed shared shelters that you can access with your linked Opal card. Bike lockers are individual lockable spaces that you can rent.|
|Commuter car park|
|Departure indicator screen|
|Free wifi hotspot|
|Kiss and ride stopping area – limited-time parking bays that allow you to stop for up to 2 minutes while you remain in or within 3 metres of your vehicle.|
|Opal card top up machine|
|Transport Park&Ride car park|
|Wheelchair accessible toilet|
|Wheelchair accessible toilet (MLAK) – the Master Locksmiths Access Key System (MLAK) is a master key that fits into specially designed locks allowing access to accessible public toilets. You will need an MLAK key to access these toilets.|
|Opal – the electronic ticketing system in metropolitan and outer metropolitan areas. Approximate Opal fares are presented in trip plan results on Opal enabled services. Use the interactive map to find your nearest Opal retailer.|
|OpalPay – Opal cards are accepted on participating privately-operated transport services. OpalPay fares are not the same as standard Opal fares. Fares are set by the operators.|
|Contactless payment symbol|
Disruption alert – important information about changes to your trip.
|Additional trip information – further information relating to your trip.|
|Map – view trip on the interactive map.|
|Point of interest|
Capacity icons show how full the service is:
Train abbreviation codes
Trip plan results will show Sydney train lines with these short abbreviated codes:
|T1||North Shore & Western Lines|
|T2||Inner West & Leppington Line|
|T4||Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line|
|T7||Olympic Park Line|
|T8||Airport & South Line|
Ferry abbreviation codes
Trip plan results will show Sydney ferry services with these short abbreviated codes:
|F8||F8 Cockatoo Island|
Trip plan results will show Stockton ferry services with this short abbreviated code:
Trip plan results will show privately operated ferry lines with these short abbreviated codes:
|Brkl||Brooklyn Ferry to Dangar island|
|BunCr||Bundeena Cronulla Ferry|
|ChcPn||Church Point Ferry|
|CCWB||Circular Quay to Watsons Bay|
|CCDH||Circular Quay, Luna Park, Darling Harbour Ferry|
|CCGD||City to Garden Island and Manly|
|CCLC||City to Lane Cove|
|CCSH||City to Shark Island|
|CCZC||City to Taronga Zoo|
|CRF||Clarence River Ferry|
|Brkln||Dangar Island Ferry|
|CCFD||Darling Harbour to Fort Denison|
|CCZM||Manly & Watsons Bay to Taronga Zoo|
|MFF||Manly Fast Ferry|
|MDH||Manly to Darling Harbour Loop|
|CCWM||Manly to Watsons Bay|
|WagEt||Palm Beach to Ettalong Ferry|
|PlmBc||Palm Beach to Mackeral Ferry|
|EmpBa||Woy Woy to Empire Bay Ferry|