In later years the network was incorporated into the My Zone ticketing system, which retained the AFC technology but extended the validity of multi-modal tickets to private buses and light rail.
Unlike the ticketing systems of other cities in Australia, most of City Rail's ticket prices were calculated on the distance travelled, and were proven to be the most expensive tickets of any major city public transport system.
At the time of it cessation in June 2013, City Rail operated eight electric multiple unit classes for suburban and interurban working and two diesel multiple unit classes.
The Northern Territory Government announced in 2002 that $4.2 million would be allocated to upgrading Traeger Park over a ten-year period.
The floodlights will be upgraded from 300 lux to 800 lux which will allow televised AFL games.
The primary stadium in the complex caters for Australian rules football and cricket and has a capacity of 10,000.
Traeger Park has occasionally staged pre-season matches for the Australian Football League and National Rugby League.
In 2004, an AFL Regional Challenge match between Collingwood Football Club and Port Adelaide Football Club attracted a sell-out crowd of 10,000.
In 2006, the West Coast Eagles played the Carlton Football Club in an NAB Cup Regional Challenge match.) is a sports complex located in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia, and is named after Alfred Hermann Traeger.The park was officially opened by Anne Catherine Smallwood (nee Traeger) Alfred's younger daughter.Double deck rollingstock was first introduced in 1964 and after 1996, all electric multiple units were double deck.The City Rail network was divided into three sectors, based around three maintenance depots.In the year ended 30 June 2012, 306 million journeys were made on the network.