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gorgeo

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Posted 28 Mar 2014 15:47 in Sydney Suburban by gorgeo

[quote=viaprojects]1 - you don't need an opel card - we still have the paper ticket options including weekly options.

2 - opel is just a pre paid card for transport - it's just another way to pay f ...

Posted 28 Mar 2014 11:48 in Sydney Suburban by gorgeo

I have a few questions about the new Opal card.

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[li]Currently Opal card is available for purchase online. Are they going to sell it through the ticket counters in train stations or is it alw ...

Posted 21 Oct 2013 13:30 in Sydney Suburban by gorgeo

[quote=bowralcommuter]Maybe because there is a significantly larger proportion of people travelling to and from the city than inner suburbs. Why should they have a slower train to convenience the smal ...

Posted 21 Oct 2013 12:21 in Sydney Suburban by gorgeo

Skipping stops means in the morning, I have to leave home 5-8 mins early and in the evening and at night, I will be arriving home at least 15 mins late. I'm not happy at all. I'm in the Illawar ...

[quote=TheLoneGunMan][left]Hi gorgeo,[/left]

[left]I'd use a My Multi 2 ticket because your using a train, bus and by the look of it a rail bus for starters? I got the following from the http://www.131500 ...

Yes, there is a bus to Rydalmere, the M52 between the City and Parramatta via Ryde. You can change at Redfern, then change at either West Ryde or Parramatta.

Watson374
Cool... I guess ...

I was looking at options to travel to Rydalmere from Hurstville every weekday work hours. It looks like there are not many trains going to Rydalmere station. What are my best options? Are there buses  ...

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