Sydney’s newest tram line has reached two months of passenger services with thousands of people hopping on board the L2 Randwick Line of the CBD and South East Light Rail as part of their journey every day.
More than 2 million trips have already been taken since services began on 14 December 2019 when the first tram set off from Circular Quay, down George Street and onwards to Randwick.
On average, around 40,000 passenger trips are taken each day, the most popular trip being between Circular Quay and QVB.
A new timetable was introduced on Monday 20 January, boosting the number of weekday services on the L2 Randwick Line as well as improving the journey time between Randwick and Circular Quay.
Sydney Girls and Sydney Boys High School students are also now able to catch the light rail to school, while the new Dr Agnes Bennett footbridge is ensuring the students can safely link between the Moore Park light rail stop and the schools.
During school terms, extra weekday shuttle services are running between Central Chalmers Street and Moore Park in the morning from 8.15-8.45am, and in the afternoon from 3.15-3.45pm.
The L3 Kingsford Line from Kingsford via Kensington to Circular Quay is expected to open in March 2020.
You can plan your trip at transportnsw.info