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Parts of the T3 Bankstown Line, including some stations, will be closed from Saturday 2 to Friday 15 July.
From Saturday 4 June 2022, minor timetable adjustments are being made to a small number of train services on the T2 Inner West & Leppington Line, T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line and T8 Airport & South Line.
Explore the Blue Mountains with NSW TrainLink and GoGet.
From Monday 28 February Sydney Trains will return to a full weekday timetable and there will be an overall increase in NSW TrainLink Intercity services.
Take a back seat and let NSW TrainLink do the driving.
Alternative services replace trains between Bankstown and Sydenham from Monday 28 June to Sunday 11 July.
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.
It’s easier and safer to use the wider Easy Access Gate to get into and out of the station.
Transport is testing QR code customer satisfaction surveys at select locations across the Public Transport network.
Eligible students 16 years old or older will be able to apply for the Transport Concession Entitlement Card.
Transport NSW has launched a Free Wi-Fi trial program along the Central Coast Line, between Hornsby and Wyong.
The Australian Government has made an app called COVIDSafe to speed up contacting people exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19).