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From Thursday 20 December, over 500 new weekly services will be introduced in the Camden, Campbelltown and Macquarie Fields areas providing more frequent services and greater travel options.
Summer holiday transport information for train, bus, ferry and light rail services over the 2018 to 2019 holiday period.
From Sunday 2 December bus routes across Sydney will change to provide greater travel options.
From Sunday 2 December, most buses in the Northern Beaches, Lower North Shore and Eastern Suburbs will become Opal only.
From Sunday 2 December changes to some routes will be introduced in the Waterloo, Zetland and Botany areas.
From 30 September there will be 350 additional bus services added in and around the busy Macquarie Park precinct.
From 23 September 2018 route 333 will gain additional services, becoming a high frequency high capacity turn up and go service.
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