A Daley Labor Government will provide free public transport for children across the Opal network, seven days a week, 365 days a year. 

Labor's Fair Fares policy will abolish all Opal charges for children under 16 years of age, or while they remain at school. 

Not only will this allow local school children to use buses, trains, ferries and trams for free - including weekends - it will also abolish the antiquated boundary rules for school bus passes.

Under a Daley Labor Government, young people across the Hunter will be able to use free public transport on the Opal network for weekend sport and recreation, and during school holidays, making life easier and reducing the cost of living for local families. 

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