From Circular Quay to Chinatown – Sydney CBD Repair Centre Only 4 mins By New Sydney Light Rail, Fast Phone Repairs On The Spot
From Circular quay (on Alfred Street near Pitt Street), to Chinatown – Sydney CBD Repair Centre Only 4 mins
HOW OFTEN WILL THEY RUN?
The trams will run between 5am and 1am. There will be one every four to eight minutes between Circular Quay and Central and every eight to 10 minutes between Central and Randwick from 7am to 7pm every day of the week.
WHAT ARE THE FARES?
For adult Opal card holders, a one-way journey from Randwick to Circular Quay costs $3.73 and a one-way journey from Kingsford to Circular Quay costs $3.73.
Adult Opal card holders and contactless card users get a $2 discount for every transfer between metro/train, ferry, bus or light rail as part of one journey within 60 minutes from the last tap off.
HOW FAST WILL THEY GO AND WHAT ARE THE JOURNEY TIMES LIKE?
The trams can reach speeds of up to 60km/h, but drivers will drive to the conditions, which will vary depending on different sections of the route at different times of the day.
As for journey times, Transport for NSW says they’re not known just yet.
“We are currently testing trams against preliminary traffic modelling and working on tweaking priority at intersections to finalise journey times in line with changes being made during testing,” a spokeswoman said. “It’s important that we balance the needs of the light rail with other road users.”
She added that it would take time to achieve optimal travel times.