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With travel restrictions easing, you should plan ahead, allow extra journey time and stay safe this Queen’s Birthday long weekend if you are planning to travel in NSW.
Hundreds of extra transport staff have been deployed across the network as more people return to work and students return to school.
On Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 May, buses replace all L1 Dulwich Hill Line light rail services daily from 6am to 11pm between Central Grand Concourse and Dulwich Hill, to allow for maintenance work.
The Australian Government has made an app called COVIDSafe to speed up contacting people exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19).
From Monday 4 to Thursday 7 May L2 Randwick Line and L3 Kingsford Line light rail will not run in the evenings between Circular Quay and Central Chalmers Street.
Sydney’s new light rail is now running on the L3 Kingsford line, from Circular Quay to Kingsford.
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