Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

During this unprecedented time, transport remains an essential community service.

Health, education and emergency workers across the state continue to use the network to travel to work, and the freight industry continues to provide vital supplies to hospitals, businesses and homes.

We’re doing everything possible to keep our network clean and safe for our customers and staff in our effort to contain the spread of COVID-19.

Watch our series of short updates on this page, or watch our weekly vodcast. Other videos are also available on the Transport for NSW YouTube channel.

For the latest updates on how travel, driver programs and services, and boating are affected by COVID-19 restrictions, see COVID-19 update for NSW roads and waterway users.

Increased capacity from 1 July 2020

We’re looking forward to having more customers on public transport from today with the easing of restrictions. We’ve put more green dots across the network for physical distancing but please remember no dot no spot!

COVID-19 Physical Distancing Data - 25 June 2020

We all use data in our everyday lives – check out the ways we ‘ve been using it to help keep you safe during COVID-19.

Return to work - 19 June 2020

We’re working with businesses to encourage a staged return to work to ensure space and safety on the public transport network. If you need to travel, remember to plan ahead and walk or cycle where possible.

Road safety over the long weekend - 3 June 2020

A lot more traffic is expected on the roads this June long weekend so it’s crucial you plan ahead.

We’re working hard with NSW Police to keep our roads safe #towardszero

Regional travel - 1 June 2020

With regional travel now back on the agenda, we’re encouraging customers to book ahead for coach and Trainlink services ....there’s limited capacity wth physical distancing and seats are in demand with the long weekend approaching!

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