The annual update to Opal fares will come into effect from Monday 16 October.
Opal fares will be subject to the annual price rise from Monday 16 October.
View Historical annual number of trips across all modes from financial year 2010/2011 to present.
View weekly, monthly and yearly trips for all modes from 2016 onwards. Opal trips for each of the modes can be viewed through this.
View weekly, monthly and yearly trips for Sydney CBD from July 2016 onwards for all available modes.
Public transport will be free across the Opal network to allow fans to cheer on the Socceroos for their round of 16 match in the World Cup.
Commuters on the Opal network are reminded to tap on and tap off again after the five fare free days implemented by the government ended.
Travel will be free on all Opal network services operated by Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink, Airport Link and Sydney Metro across NSW.
Travel will be free for commuters on all Opal network services operated by Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink, Airport Link, and Sydney Metro across NSW from tomorrow.
Families and commuters planning to make the most of the 12 fare free days of public transport over the Easter school holiday period
Commuters were warned to prepare for a week of disruption across the NSW rail network with services impacted by ongoing industrial action.
Public transport will be free for anyone across the state tomorrow as the NSW Government holds a special event to proclaim King Charles III.
NSW rail customers can expect significant disruption all day on Wednesday 31 August 2022.
The redeveloped Sydney Football Stadium launches on Sunday 28 August and there’s no better way to get there than by public transport.
Patronage data for all travel modes, registration and licensing data for roads, performance reports for all modes and customer insights.
Opal fares will change from next month with the average increase coming in below inflation to help ease cost of living pressures.
View the latest results from the Nov 2019 Fare Compliance Survey for train, bus, ferries and light rail.
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