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By train
Outside of operating hours, between midnight (1AM on Fridays and Saturdays) and 5AM, '''NightRide buses''' are available on most routes within Sydney. Any CityRail train ticket is valid for the equivalent NightRide bus except a single. If you have no ticket, you must buy a NightRide single from the driver, which is more expensive than a single for the train. NightRide buses stop at most CityRail stations and a few additional stops, but they do not travel on the same routes. If you intend catching a NightRide bus home, check the NightRide route map on the back cover of each timetable, or with the Transport Infoline. NightRide runs at least hourly and can be crowded on Friday and Saturday nights.
 
Exercise caution whilst travelling on trains after 8pm, particularly if the carriage is mostly deserted and if travelling to greater western Sydney, as it is not uncommon for undesirables to be found on trains during these times. 99% of the time they will not cause you any more trouble other than being relatively loud, vulgar and obnoxious, but it is best to avoid them as unwanted altercations may follow.
On weekends, check for trackwork before leaving for the station; CityRail will transfer passengers to buses if lines are closed for trackwork, and the process will add at least half an hour to a typical journey. Trackwork will be advertised at the station for about a week before it begins. You need a the same ticket for the trackwork buses as you would for the train.
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