Tag Archives: public transport
Lines of light and shadow on the platform extending to a point at infinity. Central Station, Sydney
Arriving for a bus to Balmain behind the QVB this morning I found a mass of other people also waiting (as you can see from the photo, with even more behind me). While it can be expected that many people … Continue reading
All the doors on the second carriage of my train this morning were taped up with “Door out of order please use another door” stickers. And the inter carriage doors disabled. I suppose the carriage was having problems, but it … Continue reading
At peak hour on Friday morning even the buses had to queue for parking behind the Queen Victoria Building.
A long row of people stand on platform 22 at Central Station, Sydney waiting for the train going around the city circle via St James.
The station is empty. Even the station staff have gone home. Maybe I was leaving work a little late on the night I took this.
With the bus strike in Sydney the trip home on Friday evening must have been a long and tedious one for many. Here you can see Wattle Street, one of the main feeder roads for the Sydney Harbour Bridge and … Continue reading
As you can see from this poster, CityRail is going to be imposing on the spot fines for bad dress sense. Don’t wear those Aggressive cut jeans. You might be up for a $400 on the spot fine, or 3 … Continue reading
A SWEEPING, multibillion-dollar transport plan, to be unveiled next week in a discussion paper from a leading transport researcher, Garry Glazebrook, of the University of Technology, Sydney, proposes linking almost every home, office and university in Sydney to upgraded train, … Continue reading