More than 100,000 rural and regional seniors have successfully signed up for the NSW Government’s new $250 Regional Seniors Travel Card.
Millions of commuters are taking advantage of contactless payments when taking
trains, trams, buses and ferries across the Opal network.
Thousands of transport customers will trial a new Digital Opal card in 2020.
Transport customers can now see parking availability data for Opal Park&Ride car parks at Seven Hills, Kogarah, Ashfield and Manly Vale.
Opal Connect rewards customers who use The Ponds and Norwest On Demand buses with a $2 travel credit when they transfer to the Opal network.
From today customers can pay across the entire Opal Network with their card or device of choice.
Uber is integrating public transport information into its app in an exciting new collaboration with Transport for NSW.
Bus customers will be able to tap their credit cards on Opal readers as a simple new way to pay for their Adult Opal fare.
The $50 Opal weekly travel cap will take effect on Monday, saving tens of thousands of public transport users up to $686 a year.
The Government will extend public transport concessions to NSW veterans who have sustained disability during service.
Following a successful trial on light rail and ferries, contactless transport payments will be available on Opal train services.
OpalPay will soon be available for On Demand public transport customers in the Eastern Suburbs
The popular Opal network has clocked up two billion customer trips since the electronic ticketing system was launched in December 2012.
View the latest results from the May 2019 Fare Compliance Survey for train, bus, ferries and light rail.
From today customers catching ferries and light rail across Sydney can now choose to pay with their credit card.
Ferry customers now have even more choice, with three major private ferry routes tapping on to the OpalPay system.
My Fast Ferry customers travelling to and from Manly will be the first to trial the new NSW government payment method OpalPay – in the first