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Data shows public transport usage has fallen off a cliff as COVID-19 cases grow in Sydney

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Sydneysiders are keen to keep working from home, transport data suggests, as a small number of new COVID-19 infections continue to be linked to clusters around the city.

While trips on Sydney’s public transport network had shown signs of recovery — patronage in December was at the highest levels since March’s lockdowns — an ABC analysis of tap-on data shows it has since fallen off a cliff.

About 80,000 to 100,000 trips were taken during the peak morning and afternoon periods in Sydney on Monday, when many people…



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