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Train, Bus, Car Trips?

Here is a list of the busiest roads, that you may want to stay away from during peak hours:

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  • Parramatta Road
  • Canterbury Road
  • Epping Road
  • Victoria Road
  • Southern Cross Drive

    When it comes to train stations, they can also become hectic. The Busiest train stations during peak hour are:

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  • Central
  • Town Hall
  • Domestic
  • International
  • Wynard
  • North Sydney
  • Museum
  • St James and all of city circle

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  • Legion
    Tel: 13 1451
  • Taxis Combined
    Tel: 9332 8888
  • RSL
    Tel: 13 2211

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  • Thrifty Car Rental and Breakdown Service
    Tel: 1800 65 2008

  • Avis Car Rental
    Tel: 1800 22 5533
    Breakdown Service
    Tel: 1800 063 973


  • Trains, Cars & Ferries

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  • Sydneys Public Transport System Did Well!
    • Sydneys transport system performed well during the two weeks of the Olympic Games. There were minimal mishaps with Sydney trains and buses coping, with having to move double the amount of people that they usually have too. The crowding and transport problems experienced in the Atlanta Olympic Games in 1996 were not where as bad in Sydney.

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    Helpful Information

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  • For information about all public transport in Sydney, Tel 131 500 (6am-10pm, seven days).
    For long distance train travel info through NSW and Australia call CountryLink, New South Wales Travel Centre on 13 2232

    ball.gif Airport Express Bus Service

  • State Transit yellow and green buses operate every 10 minutes from Central Railway (Eddy Avenue)and every 20 minutes from the city and Kings Cross. Bus stops marked in yellow and green. Fares: $7.00 one way/$12 return adults.

    Links

  • 131500 Info
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