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Ethan1395

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[quote=a6et]Sims, have been pondering on your reply to Ethan and both your posts.

I can understand the aspect of not likin the use of the word Regionals, but that raises the question of how does on ...

[quote=nswtrains][quote][quote]I don't think anyone is expecting any regional area (I hate the word by the way, people think regional = anything that is not a capital, that is wrong, is Newcastle regi ...

[quote=a6et]No regional area will ever overtake the capital city of every state in this country, some regional area's do better than others, population make that a no brainer, especially as businesses ...

[quote=a6et]Ethan, we have gone through issues in the past so not commenting on your other posts, this latest one in reply to what I have said, once again highlights your real lack of understanding in ...

[quote=SinickleBird]I disagree that there is only one “liveable “ city in NSW. However, there is a strong bias within both government and business for the capital city. The decision-makers want to ...

[url=https://www.newcastleherald.com.au/story/6767904/abandon-bullet-trains-and-query-sydney-newcastle-upgrade-think-tank/?fbclid=IwAR3Z7hU5meuYQqzus8Lv2cokkj2iPGz_xqzX_4X_6QwSAXyo4Lx-OLl_pxA]https:// ...

Would it be possible to make all T5 Cumberland Line services 8 carriages, do we have enough rolling stock to do this?

It's very had to practice social distancing on a 4 carriage train.

Also, is th ...

Here we go again with high-speed rail, likely won't happen, HOWEVER, we may see an increased demand for regional rail (and greater pressure for faster journey times with medium-speed rail) should Virg ...

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote]Long term will the COVID-19 situation cause more people to live in outer suburbs or regional areas?[/quote]I don't think so. The detached housing market in the capital cities h ...

Both major airlines are listed on the ASX and as far as profits go, well VA isn't reknown for its profitability.
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What is the chances of Virgin collapsing? I know someone who th ...

KEEP DEBATES ON WHETHER PUBLIC TRANSPORT IS CURRENTLY SAFE TO USE OR NOT TO A MINIMUM TO AVOID THE TOPIC BEING LOCKED

Most know that public transport patraonge has declined significantly during the ...

[quote=djf01][ul][li]If you work in the rail industry and are over 40, call in sick [b][i]now[/i][/b]. [/li][li]If you work in Public Transport, call in sick [i][b]now[/b][/i].[/li][li]If you work in ...

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[color=#000000][size=3]Firstly, “work is what pays the bills”, I know that, what is the point of that comm ...

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Sorry it's taken a while to get back, I've been busy with work.

First point, you can't cite current patronage on 'regional' public transport to justify the lac ...

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You believe the best solution is faster rail links to Sydney, but how would you solve the issues of commuter parking without also providing local transport in other cities? ...

It’s pretty much common sense that Sydney is suffering a housing affordability crisis, but what is the solution? Or at least for this topic, what is the solution regarding public transport?

->FAS ...

If this was Newcastle, half the tracks would be gone by now.
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If it were Newcastle, the Carlingford Line would have been converted to a walking/cycling rail trail with the surro ...

[quote=RTT_Rules]I agree with using the existing platforms expect that the orientation is wrong and it would put an S-bend in the line, maybe its acceptable? Also the Metro is meant to run more north ...

Posted 25 Nov 2019 11:58 in Sydney Suburban by Ethan1395

[quote=RTT_Rules]Regarding your comments on Sydney Metro, please tell us all how many jobs FTE jobs are employed by the Metro, or do you think the trains move on their own, clean and maintain themselv ...

Posted 24 Nov 2019 19:34 in Sydney Suburban by Ethan1395

Does anyone know the motor(M)-trailer(T) configuration these trains will use?, with 4 carriage sets it's easy with MTTM or TMMT (doubling that to make an 8 carraige set), but we have never seen a 6 ca ...

[quote=RTT_Rules]1) Most of Australia's railways are not govt run, just suburban systems and 1 isn't and another will follow.

2) Fat govt railway systems which failed to modernise is part of the pr ...

I'm a bit late to this discussion, but there definitely needs to be more stations;

[ul][li]As discussed, a light rail/metro interchange at Rydalmere near USW[/li][li]Silverwater[/li][li]'Burwood Nort ...

Adjusting staff levels to match business needs, even if season is standard practice in most industries. If they don't like it employment with the railway is optional.
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Building a light rail service in that city would expect to have all the issues Newcastle had when they deployed.
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The Newcastle Light Rail can not be used as a fair comparison to ...

Posted 20 Oct 2019 10:21 in Sydney Suburban by Ethan1395

OBSERVATIONS

-I've seen new 10 carriage markers at some stations on the Central Coast & Newcastle (CCN) line, I can't remember where exactly, but they were definitely at Warnervale.

-Plat ...

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