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April 27, 2004
PERTH metropolitan train services will be disrupted tomorrow as drivers attend a union meeting to discuss their latest pay offer.
Services will be suspended from 9.30am until about 2.30pm to let drivers attend an authorised meeting of the Australian Rail, Tram and Bus Industry Union.
The meeting has been called to enable union members to consider a proposed enterprise bargaining agreement.
Transperth has arranged rail replacement bus services to run along all lines for the duration of the meeting.
The Perth Transport Authority said commuters should allow extra travelling time, as the bus trips would take longer than the rail journeys.
"We expect demand to be heavy for the buses so we would urge our customers to be patient and forward-plan their travel," PTA acting chief executive Reece Waldock said.
The Sunday Times
This report appears on NEWS.com.au.
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