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MORNING BRIEFING: Sydney is once again blanketed in smoke from more than 100 blazes burning around NSW, as authorities warn the fire danger will be rated "very high" for much of the east coast today.
Transport for NSW has called on start-ups and businesses to take part in an "innovation challenge" to keep women safer on transport, as part of the state's Future Transport program.
The challenge follows multiple reports of sexual harassment and abuse on public transport, including a woman who was attacked while travelling from St James to Auburn last August.
The initiative will be launched on International Woman's Day on March 8, 2020, and follows extra installations of CCTV cameras and emergency help points on platforms.
"There is a lot more work to do and we want to find new innovative ways to ensure every woman feels protected moving around our state, no matter what time of day," a spokesperson said.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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