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Passengers will pay more for public transport as of Monday as Opal



Train, bus, ferry and light rail users will pay more for their transport than Monday, while the average adult fare will increase to $ 2.87.

Transfer to NSW has raised all Opal rates by 1.9 per cent from inflation, meaning that the adult adult's freight for a train or metro journey will increase by 17 cents to $ 8.86. A bus trip will be increased by nine minutes to $ 4.80.

Opal prices will rise on Monday.

Opal prices will rise on Monday.

However, seniors and retirees using the Opal Gold Card will not have to pay more than $ 2.50 a day – the current daily cap.

"Arresting the train, bus, ferry, metro or light rail is still a much cheaper option than driving," Transport Minister Andrew Constance said.


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