NSW Train services to be cut by up to 75 per cent during week of industrial action

NSW Train services to be cut by up to 75 per cent during week of industrial action

Train commuters across NSW have actually been alerted to anticipate “substantial delays” this week due to secured industrial action, which will see peak hour services decreased by 50 per cent on Tuesday and up to 75 per cent later in the week.Rail workers have introduced the action in reaction to workplace and safety issues, consisting of a brand-new intercity train fleet which they state is “not safe for workers or commuters”. Commuters have been cautioned to expect delays from secured commercial action.Credit: Louise Kennerley The action will start on Tuesday, with trains travelling no faster than 60 kilometres an hour for the entire day.”It is predicated upon bringing the Mariyung Fleet into service in the fastest possible time so that passengers can benefit from the improved client experience, safety and availability features of these state-of-the-art trains.


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