NSW public transport concessions
The NSW Government provides subsidised or concession travel to a wide range of people. Target groups include school and tertiary students, jobseekers, apprentices, trainees, people with disabilities, certain ex-members of the Defence Forces, pensioners, NSW Seniors Card holders and war widows and widowers.
Transport for NSW's role is to provide advice to government on concession policy issues and administer the contractual arrangements for transport concessions on regulated bus, train and ferry services.
The NSW Government provides subsidised or concession travel to the following groups:
- Infants (0-3 yrs inclusive)
- Children (4-15 yrs inclusive)
- Senior secondary students:
Tertiary Students who are eligible are entitled to half fare concessions are available on most timetabled services.
- The vision impaired
- Ex-members of the Defence Forces with disabilities
- Ex-members of the Defence Forces with vision impairment
- Assistance animals
- Attendants and carers
- Seniors Card holders
- War widows and widowers
- WW1 veterans and other nominated veterans/spouse
Recent changes to NSW public transport concessions
From 1 July 2011, the MyMulti tickets, the Pensioner Excursion Ticket and Family Funday Sunday have been available for use on light rail.
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