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Sydney’s Buses, Trains and Ferries Will Be Able to Up Their Capacity to 75 Percent From April 19 – Concrete Playground

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If you’ve caught public transport in Sydney over the past year, you’ve definitely noticed two things: empty seats as part of social-distancing measures, and longer wait times and lines. The city’s buses, trains and ferries are currently running at around 45–55 percent of their usual capacity, as has been the case since December — but with more and more aspects of everyday life returning to normal, the public transport network is about to increase its patron numbers.

From Monday, April 19, getting from point A to point B will be slightly less of a headache, with the NSW Government today, Thursday, April 15, announcing that the network will be allowed to fill buses, trains and ferries to 75 percent capacity. This means that 66…



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