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Sydney bus drivers let commuters ride free in protest against privatisation - ABC Online

Thousands of commuters in Sydney are taking public transport for free today as bus drivers escalate their industrial action against the Berejiklian Government's plan to privatise some services. Bus drivers from 12 depots around the city declared a ...and more »

Sydney bus passengers travel for free as drivers declare 'fare-free day' - The Sydney Morning Herald

Bus passengers across large parts of Sydney are travelling for free after drivers and their union declared Thursday a "fare-free day". In the latest escalation of an industrial battle between the Rail, Tram & Bus Union and NSW Transport Minister Andrew ...and more »

Sydney bus drivers are switching off Opal card terminals today in protest against privatisation - Business Insider Australia

Sydney commuters catching the bus today may get a free ride as drivers switch off the Opal card terminals as part of an ongoing protest against the privatisation of inner West services by the NSW government. The Rail, Tram & Bus Union has organised a ...and more »

Sydney bus drivers declare 'fare-free day' - SBS

Bus drivers from 12 depots across Sydney have declared Thursday as a 'Fare Free Day' in protest. (AAP). Bus drivers from 12 depots across Sydney went without pay after declaring a 'fare-free day' in protest at the transport minister's plans to ...and more »

Thousands of Sydney bus drivers refuse to take fares in Government protest - NEWS.com.au

IN A peak hour perk for commuters, bus drivers have turned off smartcard machines as part of a Government protest. Benedict Brook and AAP. news.com.auJune 1, 201710:12am. Video; Image. Play Video. Play. Mute. 0:00. /. 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: 0 ...and more »

Sydney bus drivers turn off Opal machines to protest privatisation of inner west routes - dailytelegraph.com.au

THE snoozing union boss who failed to halt the recent inner west bus strike because he was “sleeping like a baby” has come up with another excuse for not stopping the latest illegal industrial action by drivers – he was too busy watching State of ...and more »