Transit Systems

Proposed changes to route 801

Minor changes to route 801 are being proposed following a review of the service and feedback received from customers. The proposed changes will better align the service with customer demand and provide quicker journey times for passengers travelling to Liverpool from suburbs to the west of Cecil Hills. School trips will either be maintained on the 801 or via an alternative school bus run.

Services will continue to operate between Badgerys Creek and Liverpool Interchange via Elizabeth Dr; Glouces…

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New T80 Timetable - starting 7th April 2015

Additional trips will operate on route T80 from Tuesday 7th April as part of a major revamp of the service.  The change will introduce regular departures every 10 minutes on weekdays from both Parramatta and Liverpool interchanges between 06:30 and 18:30. 

During peak hours, additional services will operate between Canal T’way Station and Parramatta to provide a 5 minute frequency.  Some of these trips will also be extended to operate to/from Bonnyrigg T’way Station.

If board…

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Christmas and New Year timetables

Leave your car at home this festive season. Enjoy Christmas shopping and the New Year celebrations stress free and travel in style on the T80.

Starting Saturday 29th November and then continuing through till Saturday 20th December, additional trips will operate on the T80 between Parramatta and Liverpool.

The additional trips will result in services operating approximately every 10 minutes during Saturday mornings and afternoons, with the timetable available to download here.

Also, on New Years Eve (Wednesday 31st December) buses will operate an hourly service throughout the night until the start of services on Thursday morning with the special timetable available here

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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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