Transit Systems

New Gold Opal Card with $2.50 Daily Cap Available for Seniors and Pensioners

Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian today announced that seniors and pensioners can from Monday November 3 order their own Gold Opal card if they choose to, and pay no more than $2.50 a day to use public transport.

The launch of the brand new Gold Senior/Pensioner Opal card marks another major milestone in the Opal rollout, and will make a huge difference for seniors and pensioners when it comes to paying for and using public transport, Ms Berejiklian said.

Seniors and pensioners can still…

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New bus timetables from Monday 22 September

 

As part of a major revamp of local bus services, new timetables will be introduced on a number of bus routes commencing Monday 22nd September.  Improvements include:

Routes 802, 803, 804, 806
New timetables to better reflect travel times and improve reliability.

Route 807
Revised operation with services operating between Cecil Hills and Cabramatta Station only (see route 827 below for journeys between Cecil Hills and Liverpool). Additional evening and weekend trips, with buses operat…

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Ticket News - Changes to MyTrain and MyMulti tickets from 1 September 2014

Ticket changes from 1 September 2014

With the success of the Opal card roll out, a selection of existing tickets will be retired from 1 September 2014.

Fourteen types of tickets are being retired from 1 September 2014, which means customers will no longer be able to buy them from that date onward.  If you have bought any of these tickets prior to 1 September, they can continue to be used until expiry.

For more information about these changes, visit transportnsw.info

 

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Latest Opal roll out hits South West Sydney

On Monday 14 July Opal will be switched on for customers catching Transit Systems buses across 80 suburbs including Liverpool, Bonnyrigg, Fairfield, Wetherill Park, Merrylands, Greystanes and Parramatta.
 
Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian said the latest Opal rollout comes as more than 360,000 Opal cards have now been issued and customers have taken 21 million journeys and more than 4.5 million free trips across trains, ferries and buses.

Read more: Latest Opal roll out hits South West Sydney

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