What is the point of a school Opal card?

What is the point of a school Opal card?

What is the point of a school Opal card?

The School Opal card gives eligible school students free or subsidised travel on public transport between home and school on trains, buses, ferries and light rail in the Opal network.

Can you use a normal Opal card on a school bus?

The School Opal card gives eligible school students free or subsidised travel on public transport between home and school on trains, buses, ferries and light rail in the Opal network.

Do school Opal cards expire?

School Opal Cards automatically expire when students reach the end of years 2, 6 and 12. Other School Passes, including school Term Bus Passes may expire more frequently.

When can you use your student Opal card?

School Opal card can be used: For travel between 06:30 and 19:00 weekdays (21:30 for TAFE school students).

Is school Opal card free?

School Opal cards are issued for free school travel, and as School Term Bus Passes, for travel within the Opal network. They're issued by Transport for NSW. ... If you don't qualify for free travel to and from school, you may be eligible to purchase a School Term Bus Pass.

What Opal card does a 16 year old use?

The Child/Youth Opal card is for anyone aged between 4 to 15 years (inclusive), and full-time NSW/ACT school students 16 years of age or older with a NSW/ACT Senior Secondary Student Concession card, issued by their school, as proof of entitlement. Learn more: Opal for Child/Youth.

Can two people use the same Opal card?

Multiple use not permitted: You can only use an Opal Card for one trip at a time. You must not tap on twice with the same Opal Card in order to pay for another person's trip.

Does school Opal card work at night?

School Opal card can be used: For travel between 06:30 and 19:00 weekdays (21:30 for TAFE school students).

Can you use a child Opal card on a school bus?

School Opal cards are issued for free school travel, and as School Term Bus Passes, for travel within the Opal network. ... For personal travel, children aged 16 years and under should use a Child/Youth Opal card.

What age does a child need an opal card?

opal Child fares. Children aged three years and under travel free. Child/Youth Opal cards and Opal single trip ticket are for children aged 4–15 years. Eligible full time NSW/ACT school students aged 16 years or older with their Transport Concession Entitlement Card also pay Child/Youth fares.

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