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  • Northcott WalkWithMe at Parramatta

    19 September, 2016

    Northcott WalkWithMe Event
    From 9:30am to 12:30pm

    T-Way Services

    On Wednesday 21 September Church St will be closed to traffic from 9:30am between Victoria Rd and Macquarie St for the event. All services will commence from Parramatta Interchange.

  • OPAL MULTI-MODE TRAVEL CHEAPER FROM 5 SEPTEMBER 2016

    05 September, 2016

     

    Catching a bus and train, or ferry and train is cheaper for tens of thousands of commuters from Monday 5 September with the introduction of a transfer discount for changing modes when travelling on public transport.

    The new $2.00 transfer discount will start Monday morning every time an Adult Opal card customer changes a mode of transport as part of the same journey.

    Opal card customers accessing concession fares will receive a transfer discount of $1.00 when they change mode on a journey.

    Many customers travelling to work and home every day could see their transfer discount save money every week.

    This is about making fares fairer for more customers and making public transport more compelling.

    The Government has announced that Opal card fares will continue to be frozen till July 2017 which means that fares haven’t increased on buses and light rail since 2014 and on trains and ferries since January 2015.

    The Government has stated the changes to Opal are responsibly rebalancing the structure of Opal card fares and benefits.

    The transfer discount is a better strategic option for transport when compared to the Opal weekly travel reward free trip which is being changed from Monday as well.

    Opal will still keep providing free trips for customers after they reach the daily fare cap, weekly fare cap and the hugely discounted Sunday $2.50 fare cap, but after eight paid journeys the discount will be set at 50% instead of the 100% discount free trip.

    From 5 September the single trip tickets will see various increases across modes and bands as recommended by the independent pricing regulator to ensure they are a set premium price that encourages Opal card usage.

  • Old paper tickets will no longer be sold or accepted

    01 August, 2016

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    From Monday 1 August 2016, old paper tickets will no longer be sold or accepted on trains, buses, ferries and light rail within the Opal network.

    To travel on public transport in Sydney and surrounding regions, you will need an Opal card or an Opal single trip ticket.

    Opal cards are now being used by more than 2 million people, taking 13 million journeys a week.

    If you don’t have your Opal card, you will be able to purchase an Opal single trip ticket from the driver on board buses and through single trip ticket machines at most train stations, ferry wharves and light rail stops.

    Opal single trip tickets are only available in two fares: Adult or Child/Youth. Concession fares will only be available when travelling with an Opal card.

    If eligible for concession fares, you will need to travel using your Concession Opal card or Gold Senior/Pensioner Opal card with your proof of entitlement.

    Travelling with an Opal card is better value than purchasing Opal single trip tickets.

    More information

    pdf icon  Media Release - THE LAST PAPER TICKETS TO BE WRAPPED UP ON AUGUST 1 (118.37kB)

  • Service Changes

    18 July, 2016

    Additional 611 and 619 Services
    From Monday 01 August 2016

    Additional weekday trips will be added to routes 611 and 619 services.


    You can download your new timetable at cdcbus.com.au or plan your journey using the trip planner at transportnsw.info.

    The revised timetable for route 611-630_timetable_1 August 2016pdf icon

    The revised timetable for route 619_timetable_1 August 2016pdf icon

     
  • Service Changes

    18 July, 2016

    Route 638
    Monday 1 August 2016

    Timetable adjustments have been made to services in your area, to better reflect travel times in your local area.

    You can download your new timetable at cdcbus.com.au or plan your journey using the trip planner at transportnsw.info

    The revised timetable for route 637-638-639-640-641-644_timetable_1 August 2016pdf icon

     


  • Service Changes

    18 July, 2016

    Route 702 Monday
    1 August 2016

    There will be minor timetable changes to the Hillsbus route 702.

    You can download your new timetable at cdcbus.com.au or plan your journey using the trip planner at transportnsw.info.

    The revised timetable for route 702_timetable_1 August 2016pdf icon

     
  • Bus Stand Changes at Blacktown Interchange

    15 July, 2016

    Routes 611, 630, 700, 702, 705, 706, 711 and T61

    Monday 18 July 2016

    Changes will be made to the bus ranks at Blacktown Interchange.