Sydney Light Rail
Ferry passengers will now enjoy more trips on the iconic Freshwater vessels and extra services on the Parramatta River, with the NSW Government delivering an additional 60 services across the F1 and F3 routes during the week and another 36 on weekends.
The streets of Sydney’s CBD will be a sea of colour this Saturday 2 March as thousands celebrate the 2024 Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade.
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Opal fares will be subject to the annual price rise from Monday 16 October.
Sydney is gearing up for the city’s marathon where up to 40,000 runners will take part across several events for the Sydney Marathon.
Passengers using the L1 Dulwich Hill Light Rail are set to enjoy a more frequent service during interpeak times and on weekends, with additional services beginning from Monday 19 June.
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Motorists are advised of changed traffic conditions on the Sydney Harbour Bridge from tonight for maintenance and upgrade works.
Plan ahead for travel around Sydney’s CBD as around 15,000 runners hit the streets on Sunday 21 May for the 30th anniversary of the Runaway Sydney Half Marathon.
Motorists are advised of changed traffic conditions on the Anzac Bridge and Sydney Harbour Tunnel from tonight for maintenance and upgrade works.
Plan your trip no matter where you’re headed as Sydney gears up for another mega weekend of entertainment.
A carnival atmosphere will descend on the harbour city this weekend with the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade back on the streets.
Sydneysiders and visitors are urged to catch public transport to get to Australia Day events in and around the Sydney CBD on 26 January.
Commuters need to plan ahead if they are travelling through the Sydney CBD tomorrow as Sydney’s Open for Lunch kicks off.
Customers are advised to plan ahead with L1 light rail services disrupted from 6am Saturday 19 November to 11pm Thursday 24 November.
Sydneysiders are urged to plan ahead for a bumper schedule of entertainment and cycling this weekend.
Trackwork is scheduled to occur as part of our works to make the entire Inner West Light Rail alignment fully interoperable.
With a huge weekend of finals footy and sporting events coming up, Sydneysiders are being advised to plan their journeys in advance.