Tag Archives: transport

Opinion: The ‘Secret’ Life of Bus Drivers

As a frequent public transport user, I’ve always had an interest in various modes of transport. By far, the one that has proven to be most entertaining to monitor in recent times has been that of the bus radio, as … Continue reading

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Visited: Powerhouse Museum (Free Museum Weekend 23-24 June 2018)

Once a year, the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences holds a free museum weekend. This year, it was held over the weekend of 23rd – 24th June 2018 with free tickets that could be booked online to visit the … Continue reading

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Opinion: Transport for NSW 26 Nov 2017 Timetable Changes

It’s been just over two full weeks since Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW) introduced a new timetable. The changes are claimed to increase capacity, adding extra services across the network across all modes. These changes were signalled by bright … Continue reading

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Opal’s New Top-Up Machines and Single-Trip Tickets

Sydney’s long march to a paper-ticket-less transport network just got one step closer with the announcement on 23rd March 2016 that they are trialing new top-up machines with single-trip tickets. While this was always considered as the next step, it’s … Continue reading

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Random: Opal Card Stories, Tips & Central Station Upgrades

The Opal Card is an automatic fare collection system based around NXP MiFare DESFire EV1 NFC cards and readers supplied by Cubic Transportation Systems (based on readers on the Oyster card network). It has been in use since December 2012 … Continue reading

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Visited: The South-West Rail Link (Liverpool to Leppington)

Having spent a decent chunk of my life on public transport, whenever anything happens, it immediately captures my interest. The rail network had suffered through many years of neglect, and has only been undergoing “slow” evolution – I’ve only really … Continue reading

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Random: Site Stuff, LG D686 Fail, Shellshock, Transport Stuff, etc.

It’s been a few weeks since my last random post, and many things have happened in the tech world. Unfortunately, because of the amount of work that I’ve had to do, I haven’t been able to take a break to … Continue reading

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Visited: Inner West Light Rail Extension to Dulwich Hill

In news earlier last week, on Thursday, the Inner West Light Rail Extension to Dulwich Hill opened to the public. Advertisements inside many city train stations had been placed to make commuters aware of this occasion, which has been some … Continue reading

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Random Post: Trip to Canberra, Dr. David Suzuki Lecture, Sydney Trains “Upgrades”, etc.

It’s been a while. I know. I’m sorry, but things (as usual) has been hectic. It’s so hectic, that I’ve had no time to ride bike for the past three weeks! Trip to Canberra Last Sunday (22nd September) and Monday, … Continue reading

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Weekend “Box of Chocolates” Post: Parraconnect Wi-Fi, Android 4.3, Transport stuff

It’s been a busy week of work – there hasn’t been much time to blog. Well, except for today where I am able to “unload” a pile of posts that have been waiting for me to write about. Parraconnect Wi-Fi … Continue reading

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