Mass Transportation Systems in Sydney

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Mass Transportation Systems in Sydney

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  • AndyJohn74
    Sans Souci, Australia2,002 contributions
    Took the tram from Randwick into the city. For a project that has cost so much and received enormous negative press, it is quite efficient. The trams are new and clean. The tap on/tap off works with the Opal card as well as a debit/credit card.
    Written June 9, 2021
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  • Alex F
    The Villages, FL1,172 contributions
    This was during our tour in Sydney. On Sundays, the city has an offer were you only pay about $3.00 hop on and on any public transportation ALL day including the Metro, but you need an Amber Card. The trains are on time, very clean and comfortable. Down load their app for easy map with closest stop to your destination.
    Written March 28, 2020
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  • bucketlisttravellers
    Sydney, Australia3,783 contributions
    This is a fantastic way travel around Sydney. These bright yellow double decker buses are a new way to get from the Northern Beaches to the city. They run every 10 minutes and there are brand new car parks with bike racks at some of the major bus stops. The bus stops have signs which tell you when the next buses are due to arrive. You need to tap on with an Opal card to pay for your ride. It's only $2.70 for unlimited trips around the entire public transport network on Sundays and at other days a journey will cost you less than $5.
    The bus goes all the way from Mona Vale to Wynyard and with just a few stops along the way it's a quick and picturesque journey. We particularly enjoyed going past Dee Why lagoon and Long Reef beach and seeing views that even as locals we'd never seen before. There are tv screens at the front of the bus to let you know what stops are coming up and there are even USB ports at each seat so you can charge up your phone during the journey. Cudos to the state government for making this happen. This is a brilliant way to travel!
    Written December 3, 2018
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  • AndyJohn74
    Sans Souci, Australia2,002 contributions
    I took the train from Kogarah to the CBD and back today. There was little fuss about the journey. There was plenty of room and the trains and stations were clean and tidy.
    Written January 17, 2022
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  • RonWamberal
    Sydney, Australia13,239 contributions
    They seem to be ok in the central city streets but elsewhere, difficult to find the stops and get service. It was easy to get to the SCG for the Swans game, convenient from Circular Quay, but the return trip was difficult.Had to walk nearly a kilometre approaching Taylor Square and then the bus terminated 3 blocks of Circular Quay, except having dropped off all the passengers, he drove on to where we wanted to finish - go figure.
    Written July 17, 2019
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