What times do trains start in Sydney?
Hours of operation Monday to Friday, 6am to 10am, 4pm to 9pm Services will operate on NSW Public Holidays that fall on weekdays.
What time does Sydney Lightrail start?
Light rail offers turn up and go services on the L2 Randwick and L3 Kingsford Lines, 7 days a week starting at 5am and finishing at 1am the following morning.
Are NSW trains still running?
Metropolitan Public Transport Services: Sydney. Trains – Services running to normal timetables with some modifications at peak hours.
What time does public transport start in Sydney?
Train services run from 4am to around midnight on most lines. Night buses replace Sydney Trains services between midnight and 4am.
Are trams free in Sydney CBD?
What will trips cost? While the trams will be free for the opening weekend, standard distance-based light rail Opal fares will start from Monday. (A one-way journey from the CBD to Kingsford will be the same once a branch of the line known as L3 opens in March.)
Why do trains run faster at night?
Freight trains will sometimes go faster during the nighttime, the reason is that during the night, there are less passenger trains on the tracks. While there are not so many passenger trains traveling during the nighttime, freight trains may run with fewer stops.
Who are the new train services for Sydney?
Sydney Trains replaced CityRail as the provider of metropolitan train services for Sydney. Intercity services from the Sydney CBD that were also formerly operated by CityRail are now run by the new NSW TrainLink
Where is the Central Station in Sydney located?
Street Address: Central Station 484 Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000
How many destinations does NSW TrainLink connect to?
NSW TrainLink Regional train and coach services connect more than 365 destinations in NSW, ACT, Victoria and Queensland. How to use this timetable This timetable provides a snapshot of service information in
How can I plan a trip in Sydney?
Use the Trip Planner to plan a trip on public transport by metro, train, bus, ferry, light rail, coach or by walking, cycling, taxi or rideshare anywhere in Sydney and NSW, with real-time information where available.