With stadium capacities increasing and thousands of fans expected, cricket fans are urged to consider all the available travel options ahead of time as public transport continues to operate at a reduced capacity to maintain physical distancing across the network.
Fans are encouraged to drive and use the nearby car parks on Driver Avenue and the Entertainment Quarter car park. Allow extra travel time as traffic will be heavier than usual.
If you have to catch public transport, wear a mask, allow plenty of extra travel time, plan ahead and check real-time capacity indicators where available as you may need to wait for the next service with available capacity. You'll need to use an Opal card or contactless payment method when travelling to and from the cricket. Plan your trip at transportnsw.info.
Remember to look for the ‘green dots’ on-board services to find the safest places to sit or stand. Wearing a face mask while travelling on public transport is now mandatory in Greater Sydney, Blue Mountains, Central Coast and Wollongong areas. Fans are encouraged to keep their masks on until they reach their seats inside the stadium.
Fans are urged to walk between Central and Moore Park to avoid queues for transport services. Additional light rail services and shuttle buses will run however services continue to run at a reduced capacity to allow for physical distancing so queues will be long.
Additional measures and staff will be in place around transport hubs and the SCG to safely manage crowds arriving and leaving the event so be patient, practise physical distancing while in queues and follow the directions of staff on site.
For more information visit transportnsw.info.