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Light rail wrapped to host T20 World Cup

Cricket fans heading to the SCG for ICC Men’s T20 World Cup matches have been reminded that public transport travel is included in all match-day tickets.

Sport minister Alister Henskens said the light rail trains at Moore Park had been decked out in T20 World Cup branding for the tournament.

“The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 is cricket’s most exciting tournament and Sydneysiders are going to be treated to the best of the best right here in their backyard,” he said.

The SCG will host seven matches during the event.

Transport, Veterans and Western Sydney minister David Elliott said Sydney’s public transport system had cricket fans covered with integrated transport for all match day tickets.

“We want as many cricket fans to travel to and from matches on public transport with ease, while having as much fun as possible,” he said.

“Playing on home soil has its perks but there’s no doubt that the roaring fans will be the difference when the Aussies back up their World Champions title defence.”

Transport for NSW advises public transport is the best way to get to the SCG with plenty of transport options available, including trains, light rail and buses.

If you have to drive, allow plenty of extra travel time as traffic in the area will be heavy.