Travel Choices

Travel Choices is a free resource to help individuals, businesses and organisations prepare for and adapt to the changes to Sydney’s transport network. The Travel Choices team is here to provide support for those making the shift to more sustainable ways of moving into, out of and around Sydney.


We sat down with our Travel Choice awards winners and nominees to discuss the initiatives they have implemented to promote better travel decisions across their organisations, and to find out how they have been changing company culture and encouraging employees to make better Travel Choices.

Check out the fantastic work these winners have been doing to improve our city’s travel behaviours as we work together to build Tomorrow’s Sydney.

A change of address leads to a new way of thinking for EY
Creating a customer-centric model for flexible working - Commonwealth Bank
Encouraging more sustainable ways for City of Sydney staff to travel
Metlife's flexible work policies empower staff to make the best travel decisions
'Walk to UTS Day' is a great way to encourage staff to leave the car at home
Expedia's flexible working policy means staff reduce their peak hour travel and enhance productivity


On Friday 29 September, Tim Reardon, Secretary - Transport for NSW, and Marg Prendergast, Coordinator General - Sydney Coordination Office, announced the winners of the 2017 Travel Choices Awards. We would like to thank everyone who participated and a special thank you to all nominees for their exceptional effort in changing our city’s travel behaviours as we work together to build Tomorrow’s Sydney.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Travel Choices Awards:

  • Travel Choices Rising Star – Metlife
  • Travel Choices Initiative of the Year – Walk to UTS Day, UTS
  • Travel Choices Champion of the Year – Haidi Egan, City of Sydney
  • Highly commended - Denise Grant-Foster, EY and Keith Fung, UTS
  • Travel Choices Organisation of the Year – EY
  • Highly commended - Expedia

Stay tuned for a look at what fantastic work these winners and other nominees have been doing as part of the Travel Choices program!


Travel Choices has connected with more than 650 organisations and over 170,000 commuters since the program launched in 2015.

During this time, more than three million additional trips have been made into the CBD by public transport – that’s roughly the population of Madrid.

Take part in our Travel Choices survey for a chance to win a $100 Opal Card.

Complete our Travel Choices survey for a chance to enter our quarterly draw and win one of four $100 Opal cards. Terms and conditions apply. Take part in the survey