Thinking about if, when and how to travel to work?


Your COVIDSafe Travel Choices
Transport is a key part of NSW’s plan for a COVIDSafe economy, helping people safely move around and return to jobs. If you are thinking about returning to the office, TfNSW has six key messages for you:

  • Stay at home if you are sick

  • Continue to work from home if you can

  • Try travelling outside peak times

  • Plan ahead if you must travel for work

  • Follow the physical distancing guidelines; ‘No Dot, No Spot’ on public transport

  • Walk or ride a bike for shorter trips

Latest Public Transport News

July 2020

Opal fares will change from July 6, including a temporary 50 per cent discount for off-peak on bus, train, metro and light rail services when new peak travels times will be introduced.

Planning ahead couldn’t be easier now either, with our new Travel Insights data visualisation tool is now live, giving you up to date information about how and when to travel on public transport as restrictions begin to ease. You now have the power to view data by mode, day of the week or key commercial centres in greater Sydney and regional NSW.

Public transport capacity will increase from July 1, in line with NSW Health advice. Health experts have advised that physical distancing capacity on all modes of transport can now be increased in a COVIDSafe way.

A Waratah train will now be able to carry 68 customers per carriage, up from 32, a typical two-door bus will be able to carry 23 customers, up from 12 and a Freshwater ferry will be able to carry 450 customers, up from 245. Walking trips to and from your station or bus stop also help you find your recommended 30 minutes physical activity every day too.

Follow the social distancing signs on public transport to help stop the spread!