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Nexas

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The line was worked on overnight and AFAIK the line was handed back about 40 minutes late.

Works will start again at 10pm, buses replacing all Werribee/Williamstown/Geelong trains after this time.  ...

Posted 27 Nov 2008 19:44 in Melbourne suburban by Nexas

This Sunday the line is closed from Victoria Park to both Epping and Heidelberg, so that would suggest work is being done at Clifton Hill itself, perhaps ripping up that centre track as previous p ...

Connex customers at Pakenham, and ONLY at Pakenham, are entitled to travel on V/Line services. Others are not.

The exception to the above rule is two morning services to Seymour around 6.15am and 7 ...

Regardless of the risk of losing accreditation, I would prefer that morning direction = evening direction = weekend direction, with 2 tracks flowing clockwise, and 2 tracks flowing anticlockwise.

W ...

Posted 25 Nov 2008 19:07 in Western Australia by Nexas

Thanks for that. Smile

Running two groups clockwise and two anti-clockwise all day, every day (still not sure why the Clifton hill reverses on w/ends) would at least provide some certainty on train pathing.

I'd hope  ...

Posted 24 Nov 2008 22:08 in Western Australia by Nexas

Do these operate all of the shuttle trips, or only certain ones?

Posted 24 Nov 2008 21:50 in South Australia by Nexas

Thanks for that. Interesting that there are a couple of off peak runs on the Noarlunga Centre line now. The last time I went a few years ago they were peak only. Smile

I was thinking that for the next timetable change, Caulfield (Cranbourne, Pakenham and Frankston lines) loop should run anti-clockwise all-day - everyday, so Werribee passengers have a direct service  ...

What selfishness - so what about the Flinders Street users?

What makes the Parliament users so important?

But regardless, you're ignoring reality - many people who used Parliament previously wil ...

Finally Connex has listened to me and taken up my idea of going to Flinders Street before city loop in am weekday peak time.

Anyone not happy with the Hurstbridge line changes do not blame Melb ...

Posted 23 Nov 2008 17:58 in Melbourne suburban by Nexas

It was a timetabled move for a handful of services a while ago not so sure now

As for being a good move, yes and no

In my opinion yes it is but everyone traveling on the train being held might ...

Posted 23 Nov 2008 17:41 in Western Australia by Nexas

Hi all.

I understand that there used to be some A class workings in peak hour on the Joondalup line. Do these still operate?

If so, can someone please let me know which services these operate?

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Posted 23 Nov 2008 17:39 in South Australia by Nexas

Hi all.

I understand that you guys have had some new train timetable commence very recently.

Can someone post an up to date list of which services are operated by Jumbo railcars?

Thanks in ad ...

i say extend route 82 tram along Docklands Highway down to Hyde street and build a new station above Stony Creek. Develop the Yarraville Wharves area

Do you just look at a map and go: "It doesn't h ...

I've personally never seen a B on the route 82 before, I would imagine it's a very rare occurrence.

There used to be one morning trip from MPD-FSY and return on the 82 operated by a B2 class, on  ...

These announcements are played at many locations on the Siemens trains.

To use the Craigieburn line as an example, we have two messages regarding the gap between the platform and the train at Essen ...

Posted 05 Nov 2008 22:03 in Melbourne suburban by Nexas

Also, since when were Gate Keepers (I.e. New Street) classed as 'Signallers'? I'm a touch confused, as when I went there in July this year, all they did was lock the gates everytime a train approa ...

The issue I was aware of is the overhang at the nose ends.   I realise they come close to grounding out daily at the bottom of Collins St hill and other locations on their daily travels but I was advi ...

Posted 05 Nov 2008 21:44 in Melbourne suburban by Nexas

Some people here have taken me out of context, speaking from experience, I can understand what it is like to be involved in critical incidents.

But I do believe some drivers, such as the one quoted ...

Noticed a 6-car Comeng sitting in Vic Park sidings on the bus on the way home...  Any relation to that?

There are allllways trains in the sidings there Razz
Cheers,

No there isn't. For starters,  ...

Posted 05 Nov 2008 21:22 in Melbourne suburban by Nexas

Also, since when were Gate Keepers (I.e. New Street) classed as 'Signallers'? I'm a touch confused, as when I went there in July this year, all they did was lock the gates everytime a train approa ...

Posted 05 Nov 2008 19:39 in Melbourne suburban by Nexas

Planned $1.5bn rail link will free up bottlenecks

A 20-KILOMETRE rail link to remove bottlenecks between Geelong and Melbourne, and provide better public transport to the west, is set to be include ...

Posted 04 Nov 2008 18:42 in Victoria by Nexas

http://matthewclose.com.au/doi/newgeelong.gif

Deep Park station?

I didn't realise this link was going to be built as a tunnel. Laughing

Posted 04 Nov 2008 18:37 in Melbourne suburban by Nexas

Footscray to Caulfield is the only part of the suburban network that has four tracks all the way.   Expresses can ovetake stoppers and close headways can be achieved.  It should be the last area to re ...

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