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Posted 04 Oct 2020 16:38 in New South Wales by Aurora8

Contracts often have spare carriages built into the contract, hence carriage totals may not be in multiples of 4 or 8.

Because taxpayers don’t subsidise enough of the business...

Actually makes sense, rather than delay the trains behind, to contain the issue and get the passengers off on platform 3 as happened there.

Would be nice if the graffiti smeg was blurred out.

Posted 03 May 2019 23:18 in Sydney Suburban by Aurora8

According to the Government, the metro will solve this issue.

Patronage is already rapidly increasing at close to 10% a year. It appears Sydney Trains does not need to lower already 70-80% subsidised fares to appeal to more people.

No.

S64 is today coupled en route with S99. S123 and S100 are separately in service also.

S28 is at FMC.

J Sets are the Hunter Railcars. As J is after H (I not used due the possibility of being mistaken with the number 1.

S92 now also added to the scrapheap.

[color=#000000][size=2][font=Roboto, wf_SegoeUI, "Segoe UI", Segoe, "Segoe WP", Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif][quote]Channel 9 News reports that the NSW Government is about to sign off to buy 17 ...

Posted 11 Mar 2018 15:41 in Sydney Suburban by Aurora8

Bankstown Line metro to free up a train or two.

Posted 11 Mar 2018 09:17 in Sydney Suburban by Aurora8

These aren't really growth trains as they will (planned to) replace the remaining S Sets.

My thinking has always been the H Sets will then replace all K and C Sets, however this will be dependant o ...

Posted 29 Jan 2018 14:52 in Sydney Suburban by Aurora8

No, I would wager the wrong set type was input into the system.

The plan is to use 2 sets during the day on weekdays and weekends to fulfil the fixed 30-minute frequency.

I am a bit concerned they will only end up transporting air but it is the chance to see if ...

M636C, by 24 S Sets, they mean 24 8-car sets (i.e: 48 4-car Sets).

This 'Warstah' order is a like for like replacement of the S Sets due to the new Intercity fleet not entering service as soon as w ...

Either you get S Sets or the services are cancelled. They are used when there are no other trains available and are usually seen in peak hour because, shock horror, that is the peak demand for trains.

Posted 16 Oct 2016 20:04 in Sydney Suburban by Aurora8

There appears to be a 30 kph temporary speed restriction on that track at Redfern.

I don't travel over that track regularly but I recall   as recently as two months ago going over it there was a mi ...

Saw a 4 car set head north through Hornsby this arvo. I assume it's off for a refurb.
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simstrain is correct, for driver training of the third track.

[quote=RTT_Rules]Had the NWRL been DD and feeding into existing NSL

- two lines would merge at Epping, Northern and NW services,

- then merge again at Chatswood to achieve a frequency of 20-24 tr ...

[quote=Watson374]the S sets do not have the roof space for air-conditioning to be fitted, hence why they were the last trains to be built with the pantographs on the motor cars, so the eternal rumour ...

Posted 12 Jun 2016 16:45 in Sydney Suburban by Aurora8

There isn't the demand to justify such an idea. The trains would be empty.

[quote=awsgc24][quote]According to Weekly Notice 6, the overhead wiring on the ETTT will be commissioned on Sunday 14th February 2016, the same day that the Northern and Central Coast Lines are shut d ...

[quote=gordon_s1942]Apart from stopping people boarding at Central who are only going as far as Penrith, the only other alternative is to increase the number of trains.

6 to 8 car sets every 30 minut ...

That is incorrect, selected services in the weekday peaks operate limited stops between Katoomba and Emu Plains. There is also the Bathurst Bullet which is as quick as your going to get.

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