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The Queensland Government will begin allowing restricted entry to Queensland from 12:01pm on Friday 10 July 2020.
From 12.01am Wednesday 8 July, NSW will temporarily close its border with Victoria.
From Sunday, 5 July 2020 the Newcastle Bus Interchange will open connecting trains, buses, light rail and coaches.
More than 300,000 seniors have now successfully signed up for the regional seniors travel card providing $250 to spend on fuel, taxis and pre-booked NSW TrainLink trains and coaches.
Transport NSW has launched a Free Wi-Fi trial program along the Central Coast Line, between Hornsby and Wyong.
Extra services will be added to the public transport network across Sydney to temporarily increase capacity for physical distancing and provide more travel options.
Capacity information helps you plan ahead and allow for physical distancing while on board.
The main western rail line will be fully operational from Saturday 30 May as repairs to infrastructure from bushfire and flooding damage is completed.
A new five day service will begin on 1 June, replacing the Oberon to Mount Victoria coach three day service.
Hundreds of extra transport staff have been deployed across the network as more people return to work and students return to school.
From Sunday 24 May there will be minor timetable changes for some train services.
Helping students get to and from school safely as children gradually return to face-to-face learning
The Australian Government has made an app called COVIDSafe to speed up contacting people exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19).
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