Opal card rollout dates – Wikipedia

The Opal card rolled out across New South Wales public ecstasy services from 7 December 2012 until December 2014. additionally, from December 2017, OpalPay was introduced and can be used as payment on selected third party services. This article contains all the dates of official Opal card and OpalPay rollouts .

Public ferries [edit ]

Sydney Ferries [edit ]

The first stage of the Opal card rollout commenced on 7 December 2012 as a test on the Neutral Bay to Circular Quay ferry service [ 1 ] [ 2 ] followed on 8 April 2013 by the Manly to Circular Quay service, [ 3 ] [ 4 ] and on 12 August 2013 to the Eastern Suburbs, Mosman and Taronga Zoo. [ 5 ] From 30 August 2013, Opal was available on all public Sydney Ferries services. [ 6 ] [ 7 ]

Newcastle Ferries [edit ]

Opal was rolled out on Newcastle Ferries ‘ Stockton ferry service on 20 November 2014, along with Newcastle Buses ‘ routes. [ 8 ]

Trains [edit ]

sydney Trains [edit ]

The first Opal rollout on train services was in June 2013. The stick to is the list of rollouts on Sydney Trains :
This marks the completed rollout for all Sydney Trains stations. As of November 2018, the rollout began where commuters can use their recognition card & mobile devices to ‘tap on ‘ & ‘tap off ‘ on the Opal Sydney Trains network. [ 15 ]

NSW TrainLink intercity [edit ]

Opal was rolled out on all NSW TrainLink intercity stations within the first 2 weeks of April 2014. however, some stations on the Central Coast & Newcastle Line was rolled out earlier as separate of the Sydney Trains T1 rollout :
This marks the completed rollout for all NSW TrainLink Intercity stations in New South Wales .

public buses [edit ]

The first Opal rollout on buses was in September 2013. It was rolled out across all buses on the Sydney Metropolitan Bus System Contracts ( MBSC ) and Sydney Outer Metropolitan Bus System Contracts ( OMBSC ) .

public buses in Sydney [edit ]

The keep up is the list of rollouts for bus routes in Sydney, including school services of any region mentioned :
This marks the completed rollout for all Sydney Metropolitan Bus Contracts .

Regional & Outer Metropolitan public buses [edit ]

The first Opal rollout on knocked out metropolitan buses was in August 2014. The be is a list of rollouts for regional buses, including school services of any region mentioned :

This marks the completed rollout for all outer Sydney Metropolitan Bus Contracts .

Routes stated on the gazette [edit ]

Often, some routes have besides increasingly become partially Opal-enabled because they are run by unlike depots. These rollouts are alone stated on the New South Wales government gazettes and are not announced through ministerial announcements. It is not compulsory for bus routes to be partially Opal-enabled on the dates stated on the gazettes. however it allows some buses to be Opal enabled even before the ministerial announcements. By the Order, Opal can be used on gazette routes if buses carry an “ opal bus ” or “ opal on this bus ” spine. In other words, Opal can not be used on bus topology routes that are not stated in the gazette, or on a bus without the “ Opal bus ” or “ opal on this bus ”, even it is running a gazette route. The routes and the dates stated on the gazettes are ( excluding those covered by official ministerial announcements ) :

  • 28 April 2014: Sydney Buses’ Waverley depot routes 200, 300-396 (except 341, 392 and those announced by the government), 400, 410, 890–895, L94, M40, X10, X39, X40, X73, X74, X77, X84, X89 (includes routes from Randwick depot and Port Botany depot)[40]
  • 23 June 2014: Sydney Buses’ Randwick depot routes 341, 392, 399, 418, L09, M50, X09, X92, X96 (includes routes from Port Botany depot and Tempe depot)[41]
  • 9 July 2014: Sydney Buses’ Port Botany depot routes 397, M10, M20, X03, X94, X97, X99[42]
  • 11 July 2014: Sydney Buses’ Moore Park special services 1, 3, 32[43]
  • 24 July 2014: Sydney Buses’ Brookvale depot routes 131-190 (except 187 and 189), 201, 227, 228, 230, 243, 244, 246–249, 253, 263, E32-E88 (except E85 and E87), L60-L90 (except L84, L87) (includes routes from Mona Vale depot, North Sydney depot and Willoughby depot)[44]
  • 4 August 2014: All of Busways’ Region 1 routes[45]
  • 8 August 2014: Sydney Buses’ Mona Vale depot routes 130, 187, 189, E85, E87, L84 and L87[46]
  • 15 August 2014: Sydney Buses’ North Sydney depot routes 202, 204, 225, 229, 236, 238, 245, 257, 265, 269, 273 and M30 (includes routes from Willoughby depot and Tempe depot)[47]
  • 25 August 2014: Sydney Buses’ Burwood depot routes 401, 407, 408, 423, 436, 438, 439, 440, 443, 458–466, 480, 483, 502, 504, 525, 526, L38, L39 and M41 (includes routes from Leichhardt, Kingsgrove depot and Ryde depot) [48]
  • 3 September 2014: Sydney Buses’ Kingsgrove depot routes 406, 412, 413, 415, 422, 426, 428, 431, 441, 444, 445, 470–479, 490–495, L23 and L28 (includes routes from Tempe depot and Leichhardt depot)[49]
  • 17 September 2014: Sydney Buses’ Leichhardt depot routes 433, 442, 448, 501, 508, 510, 998, L37 and X04 (includes routes from Ryde depot)[50]
  • 2 October 2014: Sydney Buses’ Tempe depot routes 425 and 430[51]
  • 10 October 2014: Sydney Buses’ Ryde depot routes 206, 209, 251-256 (except 253), 258, 261, 285–297, 500, 505, 506, 507, 513–524, 533–553, M52, M54, X00, X06, X15 and X18 (includes routes from Willoughby depot)[37]
  • 31 October 2014: Sydney Buses’ Willoughby depot routes 203, 205, 207, 208, 267, 272 and 275[52]

Light Rail [edit ]

Opal rollout on the Dulwich Hill Line took set on 1 December 2014. [ 53 ] [ 54 ] [ 55 ] [ 56 ]

OpalPay [edit ]

individual ferry services [edit ]

OpalPay was introduced on certain private ferry services since December 2017 :

On demand bus services [edit ]

OpalPay was rolled out on selected on demand services in New South Wales : [ 59 ]

Park & Ride [edit ]

The Opal Park & Ride outline was introduced on selected car parks in Sydney : [ 65 ] [ 66 ]

The use of contactless cards is being rolled out on buses as follows, with completion expected by the end of October 2019 : – [ 68 ]

References [edit ]

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