Plan your travel in NSW using the Trip Planner or apps, check timetables and travel alerts and find information on stations, stops, wharves and how to get to events.
Tickets and fares for metro, train, bus, ferry, light rail and coach within Sydney and around NSW. Find out about Opal or book NSW TrainLink Regional train and coach services.
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.
Contact Transport for NSW for information, feedback, lost property, Opal customer care or regional bookings or follow us on social media. Help with using the Trip Planner or tell us how we can help.
Timetables and maps
Find maps and timetables
Sydney network map
See the Sydney light rail network
Plan your trip
Get an Opal card
Order online or find a local retailer
Newcastle network map
See the Newcastle light rail network
Light rail travel alerts
Check travel alerts on light rail
Light rail service frequency
Late night services
Help with planning
Check next departures
Opal cards and fares
Senior and Pensioner fares
Travel courtesy and etiquette
Travelling with animals and pets
Travelling with bikes and boards
Safety and security on light rail
Planning an accessible trip
Accessible light rail travel
Level crossing safety
Travelling with prams and children
Mobility aid specifications
From 8.45pm Friday 20 May to 1am Monday 23 May, L2 Randwick Line and L3 Kingsford Line light rail services will not run between Town Hall and Circular Quay, due to planned maintenance and trackwork.
From Saturday 14 to Sunday 15 May, buses will replace L1 Dulwich Hill Line light rail services partially between Lilyfield and Dulwich Hill, due to planned maintenance.
From Saturday 19 March, replacement bus route 2L1 services will no longer run between Central Grand Concourse and The Star.
From 9pm Monday 14 March to Thursday 17 March 2022, light rail services will be impacted each night due to essential planned maintenance works.
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.
Eligible students 16 years old or older will be able to apply for the Transport Concession Entitlement Card.
The Australian Government has made an app called COVIDSafe to speed up contacting people exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19).