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Summer holiday transport information for train, bus, ferry and light rail services over the 2017 to 2018 holiday period.
Over the 17 day trackwork period, trains will run to a changed timetable or be replaced with buses.
New timetables have come into effect, marking the biggest ever change to Sydney’s public transport network.
From 26 November bus stands may change for some bus services departing from Carrington, York, Clarence, and Jamison Streets at Wynyard Interchange
Visitors to the Blue Mountains will enjoy more train services, with more seats, new express trains and reduced travel times on some services.
It’s important to check if your trip is changing, so plan your new trip now.
Ideas on how you can improve your commute around Sydney that save time and even reduce the cost of your trip
From 26 November, more than 8,600 new weekly train, bus and ferry services will be added across Sydney and surrounds.
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From July a new route 737 bus service will run between Kiama and Bomaderry stations for an initial 12 month trial period.
From Monday 29 May, work will start on upgrades to Lidcombe station
From Monday 22 May, work will start on upgrades to Seven Hills station
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