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A SECOND daily rail service to Sydney will be a boost for local businesses, says Bathurst Business Chamber president Angus Edwards.
Bathurst MP Paul Toole announced a second daily service would be up and running next year to complement the Bathurst Bullet service that has been running since 2012.
The second service will leave Bathurst around around 7.30am each weekday and leave Sydney for the return trip around 3pm, getting passengers back into Bathurst by 7pm.
Mr Toole confirmed there would also be a second weekend service to and from Sydney but timetable details were still being finalised.
The Bullet will also be upgraded with brand new carriages being built out of a new maintenance facility in Dubbo. The carriages will be rolled out across the state's rail network from the early 2020s.
This article first appeared on www.westernadvocate.com.au
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