Users of trains, buses, ferries and light trains will pay more for Monday's route, with the average adult fare rising to $ 2.87.
Transportation to NSW has raised all Opala rates by 1.9 percent, according to inflation, which means that the maximum adult fare for a train or subway ride will increase by 17 cents to $ 8.86. A bus trip will increase by nine cents to $ 4.80.
However, seniors and pensioners who use the Opal Gold card will not have to pay more than $ 2.50 a day – the current daily limit.
"Picking up the train, the bus, the ferry, the subway or the light subway is still a much cheaper option than driving," Transport Minister Andrew Constance said.