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Multi-mode transport Pt1. Bikes and trains

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Published on Dec 12, 2012

City Rail have seen a significant increase in the number of passengers taking bicycles on the train in recent years.

We filmed this clip on Saturday morning at 7 am so the station wasn't crowded at all. Although bicycles are encouraged on the train network there a couple of things remember:

1. Please walk, don't ride, through the station or on platforms
2. Please use the wide gates on platforms and ask for assistance from rail staff if required
3. Fold up bicycles travel free of charge on the CityRail network
4. Full size bikes travel fee of charge on weekends and off peak periods on weekdays
5. Try to store your bicycle in less crowded carriages
6. Look for carriages with the blue and white bike sign which indicates a storage 'hook' is available

For more information about taking your bike on the train please head to:

www.bicycleinfo.nsw.gov.au
www.cityrail.info
www.131500.com.au

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