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Google Maps now offering real-time information on your commute on Sydney’s train network

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Google Australia and New Zealand has announced that it has partnered with Transport for NSW to provide more information on public transport in Sydney on delays and as well as how busy and crowded...

Mobile phone detection cameras to go live this weekend in NSW

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NSW drivers are being put on notice: new mobile phone detection cameras are going live this weekend in NSW, with our other states looking to follow New South Wales' lead in this new technology. The...

Uber is now able to tap into Sydney’s public transport network

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Transport for NSW has announced that share riding platform, Uber, will now be able to tap into and provide information on Sydney’s Public Transport systems, which include Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink, Ferries, Buses and...

Opal benefits now available to contactless payments on Sydney public transport

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From Monday 29 July 2019, most Sydney public transport users can enjoy the same Opal travel benefits as Opal users when tapping on and off using credit cards or mobile payment wallets such as...

Busways launches an On-Demand bus service – Cooee Busways

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Busways has launched a new on-demand bus service connecting certain parts of Western Sydney to the new Sydney Metro. This new service is in addition to the services running for Mid-North Coast residents, giving...

Samsung Pay customers can now tap on to NSW Transport

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The Sydney commute has been made easier today with Samsung updating its Pay app, meaning users won't have to unlock their phones anymore to tap on/off across the Opal network, which includes Sydney Trains,...

Telstra currently scoping out the Newcastle & Central Coast Line in NSW for Mobile...

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Telstra is currently investigating infrastructure upgrades to mobile and Wi-Fi services along the Newcastle & Central Coast line rail corridor in NSW as part of a $13.2 Million contract signed with Sydney Trains late...

Fitbit Pay users can now tap on and off on Sydney Transport instead of...

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Fitbit has announced that users of Fitbit Pay with compatible devices can now use the service to tap on and off on Sydney Transport services. The Fitbit Ionic, Fitbit Versa and Fitbit Charge 3...

Hey Alexa, what’s my journey look like? Transport for NSW adds support for Amazon’s...

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Transport for NSW has announced that it has added support for Amazon’s cloud-based voice service - Alexa - to provide real time train, ferry and light rail arrival information. Transport for NSW's skill for Alexa...

Amazon Alexa Skills – what skills are available here in Australia

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Amazon Alexa has finally launched in Australia this week, with consumers now able to purchase Amazon’s Echo, Echo Dot and Echo Plus either through the internet shopping giant directly or through local bricks and...

Finally, NSW Learners can now log their drivers logbook digitally

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NSW Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey, has announced the launch of a digital learner driver logbook, designed to be a more current alternative to the current paper version. The paper logbook has...

New app is launched to assist logistics companies improve efficiency at Port Botany

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The NSW Government has launched a new app which is aimed at assisting logistics companies track their freight container and vehicle movements in real time while at Port Botany. The new app, called Port Botany...

NSW Rest Areas map helps you find a place to stretch your legs these...

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Roads and Maritime Service (RMS) have launched new webpage based on Google Maps which will show weary travellers the nearest rest area (and the facilities available). The service works well across both mobile and desktop,...

Opal travel app gets an update which brings a few new features such as...

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Transport for NSW has announced that the Opal Travel app has received an update which brings three major new features including the ability for the app to send you a notification alert when your...

Twitter Australia and Transport for NSW partner up to keep Sydney’s train commuters informed

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Twitter Australia and Transport for NSW (or TfNSW) have partnered up together to keep Sydney's transport users and visitors better informed about delays or disruptions while travelling on the suburban and intercity train network...

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