Some paper tickets are no longer being sold

The new electronic ticketing system, Opal, has been successfully rolled out across all Sydney ferries, Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink Intercity services and a number of bus services.

The Opal card provides many new benefits to customers including cheaper fares and never having to queue for a ticket again.

When these benefits are combined and with a significant section of the public transport network activated for Opal, now is the right time for some paper tickets to be retired.

Fourteen (14) types of paper tickets are being retired from 1 September, 2014 which means customers will no longer be able to buy them from this date onward.

Tickets bought before 1 September will continue to work as normal, so you can keep using your tickets until the expiry date.

See more on paper ticket retirement.