Night train lane to open for daytime trains on night train in Sydney
Sydney will have a night train link for daytime train passengers after it was unveiled on Thursday.
Night train lanes will open at night between the two stations in Sydney’s CBD from January 19, 2019, the Department of Transport said.
The night trains will be free of charge.
The lanes will be open to all daytime passengers, except those travelling to and from the CBD, and will be accessible to all people, except for people with disabilities.
It’s a big change for Sydney and commuters will be hoping to get on the train as early as possible.
Night trains are a common mode of transport between the city and its suburbs, and are a popular way to get from one place to another.
However, in the past they have been subject to complaints from people who said they were not being allowed on the trains, which were sometimes late, crowded and without a ticket machine.
This is not the first time night trains have been opened at night.
The City of Sydney opened a night rail link in 2011, and in 2012, Melbourne introduced a link at night as part of its “Night Train Week” initiative.