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Current Service Status - Thursday 18 October 2012
Start: 18/10/2012 06:45 PM
CityRail timetable changes will be introduced across Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra, South Coast, Western, and Blue Mountains lines from Sunday 21 October, featuring additional peak services, additional carriages and faster journey times.
Low tides mean buses replace ferries between Parramatta and Rydalmere for services due to depart:
* Parramatta at 7:15pm, 7:55pm
* Darling Harbour at 7:15pm
Due to an upgrade of the Manly Wharf, Sydney Ferries and Sydney Fast Ferries will depart from Manly Wharf East until Sunday 4 November. Sydney Fast Ferries will operate to an amended timetable.
Sculpture by the Sea – Bondi to Tamarama
With heavy traffic expected, people heading to the exhibition are advised to use public transport, by catching a train to Bondi Junction and a bus to Tamarama. Buses also operate to Bondi Junction from Bondi Beach. Sculpture by the Sea runs until Sunday 4 November, with extra buses operating on weekends.
A-League: Western Sydney Wanderers v Sydney FC at Parramatta Stadium
All tickets to Saturday’s A-League Sydney derby at Parramatta Stadium include entry and travel on public transport - to and from the game - on CityRail, regular Sydney Buses services, Liverpool to Parramatta T-way buses and Sydney Ferries.
Horse Racing: City Tattersalls Club Cup Day at Royal Randwick
Extra public transport will be operating to and from Central Station for Saturday’s race meeting at Royal Randwick.
Art & About: A Moveable Feast on George Street, Sydney CBD
A Moveable Feast will take place on George Street in the Sydney CBD on Saturday night. As a result, bus services will be diverted from George Street from 5pm until 2am on Sunday morning.
Spring Cycle – North Sydney to Sydney Olympic Park
Extra trains will be operating to North Sydney before the start of the Spring Cycle, and there will also be regular return services from Sydney Olympic Park after the event.
International Netball – Quad Series at Allphones Arena, Sydney Olympic Park
Fans heading to the Netball Quad Series featuring the Australian Diamonds v New Zealand Silver Ferns and England v South Africa should consider taking public transport to Sydney Olympic Park.
WEEKEND TRACKWORK & TIMETABLE CHANGES
Bankstown Line – Buses replace trains between Liverpool and Bankstown
Inner West Line – Buses replace trains between Liverpool and Lidcombe via Regents Park
South Line – Buses replace trains between Glenfield and Granville
Newcastle & Central Coast Line – Buses replace trains between Newcastle and Fassifern
WEEKEND WHARF & TIMETABLE CHANGES
Low tides mean buses replace some ferries between Parramatta and Rydalmere on Saturday and Sunday.