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Is the light rail working in Sydney?

All Sydney Light Rail services continue to run at current reduced frequencies. L1 line night services from 11pm to 6am continue to be suspended between Central and The Star.

What is the route of the Sydney Light Rail?

The 12km route features 19 stops, extending from Circular Quay along George Street to Central Station, through Surry Hills to Moore Park, then to Kensington and Kingsford via Anzac Parade and Randwick via Alison Road and High Street.

Is light rail 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.)

Who owns Sydney Light Rail?

Light rail in Sydney

Alstom Citadis 305s in Sydney’s CBD
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Owner Transport for NSW
Locale Sydney, New South Wales

Who runs Sydney Light Rail?

Transdev Sydney
Transdev Sydney proudly operates the light rail and transports, with over 13.9 million journeys annually.

What is the difference between light rail and tram?

Difference between trams and light rail Light rail is a relatively modern term, and can be applied to quite a broad spectrum of systems. Virtually every tram systems can be considered as light rail, but only those light rail systems which feature street running can be called trams.

Can I use Opal card on light rail?

Opal cards are smartcard tickets you keep and reuse to pay for travel on public transport. Once you have yours, just add value, then tap on and off to travel. You can use your Opal card on metro, train, bus, ferry and light rail services.

When did Sydney light rail open?

August 31, 1997
Light rail in Sydney/Began operations

How many light rail stops are there in Sydney?

The Sydney Light Rail network consists of the following routes, with a total of 42 well located and easily accesible stops:

Where are the light rail lines in Surry Hills?

Both lines travel via George Street, Central Station and along Devonshire Street in Surry Hills up to Moore Park. Frequency of service is approximate depending on the volume of customers and traffic conditions in the CBD. You can check a customer information display for time until next service or use the Trip Planner or next departures.

Where are the light rail services in Newcastle?

Light rail services in Newcastle run between Newcastle Interchange at Wickham through to Newcastle Beach with stops at popular CBD destinations from 5am to 1am the next day, 7 day a week. Frequency of service is approximate depending on the volume of customers and traffic conditions.

When does the trackwork reference guide come out?

The Trackwork Reference Guide contains information on altered working on the Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink Intercity networks. The Trackwork Reference Guide is usually available the Wednesday before the relevant week.