A number of apps are here. Never an excuse to miss your train again.
Ok, so the majority of Sydney residents catch a train to get to where they need to go. As at the time of writing this question, there is track work going on - on the entire City Circle. There are a number of apps to use to find out when your train is due to depart. Which app do you like the most?
I also like Trip View and think its is well worth paying for the full version. The person that created that app deserves every penny! There is also Trip Go, which many of my friends use. It is similar to Trip View, but also introduces an environmental element - showing you which options present the lowest level of environmental impact.
I use Tripview everyday it's almost always up to date, and will tell you if your train is late and by how many minutes. It's just so easy to have a timetable in your pocket and Trip view I believe is the best app for it. The free version is good, but the paid version is worth buying.
I use a combination of Transport Info and Tripview. Both are free to download and easy to use. Usually I use Transport Info to plan my trip, then I use Tripview to check when everything is arriving (particularly buses which I find to be much more changeable than trains). However, you will usually need data to use both apps properly. Without data you cannot use Transport Info, and you cannot tell if buses are running late or early on Tripview