Sydney public transport

Once upon a time, not so long ago, the only way for wheelchair users to get around Sydney was in taxis.

Now a network of public transport has been developed, with buses, trains and ferries being adapted so that they can accommodate people with mobility disabilities.

Accessible buses run on most routes, and many train stations and ferry wharves are wheelchair accessible. All light rail and monorail stations are accessible.

Download the Google Earth overlay to view the location of train stations, ferry wharves, and monorail and light rail stops.

Google Earth must be installed on your computer before this overlay can be used. You can download Google Earth at www.earth.google.com.

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