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'Transport mess': Passengers at one Sydney station nearly double in three years

'Transport mess': Passengers at one Sydney station nearly double in three years

A population boom is placing pressure on the city's public transport network - and the addition of new apartments in the area is only half complete.

  • by Matt O'Sullivan

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The govt is thinking about moving the city bus interchange underground
Public transport

The govt is thinking about moving the city bus interchange underground

The City Renewal Authority is exploring the benefits of moving the bus interchange underground, freeing up the public space above - that could be developed.

  • by Sally Pryor
Love them or loathe them, there's another share-bike operator in town
Public transport

Love them or loathe them, there's another share-bike operator in town

A new player has entered Sydney's controversial bike-sharing market despite the failure of two of its predecessors, Ofo and Reddy Go.

  • by James Lemon
Paris to tackle congestion with world's largest electric bike fleet
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Paris to tackle congestion with world's largest electric bike fleet

The Paris region plans to launch a massive e-bike fleet in a state-funded scheme aimed at getting commuters to cycle to work.

  • by Geert De Clercq
Public transport over tolls: Labor to scrap new motorway
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Public transport over tolls: Labor to scrap new motorway

Labor to prioritise the needs of southern and western Sydney commuters over those in the east and north of the city.

  • by Jacob Saulwick
Commuters face delays as more than 100 bus drivers call in sick
Public transport

Commuters face delays as more than 100 bus drivers call in sick

People commuting from the CBD to Sydney's north west on Wednesday were advised to consider alternative travel options.

  • by Maani Truu
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Daniel needed a taxi. The driver got abusive when told new meter rules
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Daniel needed a taxi. The driver got abusive when told new meter rules

When Daniel asks taxi drivers to wind back the meter to zero – rightfully under new laws – he claims they get aggressive and abusive.

  • by Esther Han
PM's light rail pledge only 16 per cent of total cost: Bailey
Public transport

PM's light rail pledge only 16 per cent of total cost: Bailey

It comes after Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced $112 million in federal funding for the next stage of the Gold Coast light rail.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Canberra Now: ANU students stranded; development misses trees
Canberra

Canberra Now: ANU students stranded; development misses trees

Plus, which prime minister has had the most appreciation for science?

  • by Amy Martin
ANU students angry after government scraps campus bus
ANU

ANU students angry after government scraps campus bus

The ACT's new bus network leaves students and staff on campus without a bus.

  • by Julia Kanapathippillai
Controversial Chinese telco helps supply free passenger Wi-Fi on Perth public transport

Controversial Chinese telco helps supply free passenger Wi-Fi on Perth public transport

They're banned from the NBN and 5G network over national security concerns, but Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is providing hardware for Perth's free public transport Wi-Fi.

  • by Nathan Hondros