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Posted 26 Feb 2020 11:43 in Victoria by route14

An Age article suggested that the driver mightn't have been informed that the train was diverted via the "15 km/h loop".  Does this mean that the point leading to the loop has a diverging speed of 15  ...

If it was the power issue, of course the crossover doesn't help, but as to bustitution, buses could still go to Dawson St. while trams shunt at the Zoo so that City bound passengers could have a bette ...

The derailment happened on the north side of Flemington Rd., I mean.

A piece of news in the RP news section indicated that route 58 faced a service disruption resulting in trams operating in two sections, the south section terminating at "Royal Children's Hospital" (I  ...

Posted 07 Feb 2020 16:44 in New South Wales by route14

By Simstrain's post it's not even possible to do a same day return on the bullet from Sydney.  Wonder why there is an imbalance number of trips in two directions.

Posted 07 Feb 2020 16:40 in New South Wales by route14

It is, but if you have specific things to do and see in Bathurst you might have to take a more expensive train in the morning unless you are purely gunzeling.

Posted 06 Feb 2020 15:50 in New South Wales by route14

Yeah, but to go there in the morning on the XPT or Xplorer it would cost about 30.

Posted 06 Feb 2020 03:28 in New South Wales by route14

It means 5 times the Opal fare.

It just shows another tap on the forehead decision.  The old safety zone stop used to be before the facing point.

Posted 05 Feb 2020 02:43 in Trams and Light Rail by route14

It seems that YT is too embarrassed to publicize that it was due to a tram derailment.

WAY too late but a good start anyway.

Posted 03 Feb 2020 11:45 in Trams and Light Rail by route14

I notice that the reason given by Yarra Trams for the diversion of route 109 yesterday was"due to a track fault in High St. at Barkers Rd."

Posted 02 Feb 2020 17:10 in Trams and Light Rail by route14

Kew Depot only operates A & C1 class, yet A class is much more compatible with Melbourne's tracks.  So if ever derailments occur at Kew, what other class could it be?

Posted 31 Jan 2020 16:09 in Victoria by route14

Luckily the unscheduled stop was arranged.

If they were left open at least the powered wheel chairs and those with a companion pushing the wheel chair can use them.  Self propelled wheel chairs can find another route.

I don't know how the new crossings look like, but what exactly is the problem?  Being located on decline gradient?  There used to be (some of which still exist) quite a few tram stops located on down  ...

Or did they just watch the video and began driving?

Posted 28 Jan 2020 16:02 in New South Wales by route14

It's only a tram to get people to places.  It's not the savior of the local economy.

Signal sighting also needs to be familiarized before hand.

Reserved seating Vlocity already operate on Bairnsdale line.

Posted 27 Jan 2020 17:22 in New South Wales by route14


Posted 27 Jan 2020 17:21 in New South Wales by route14

I don't think we should bring in so much political influence in train manufacring, as long as the train is reliable at reasonable cost.  Victoria's HCMT comes from China Rail Corp Changchun Rollingsto ...

There are first class on other Myki covered services.  You can purchase a "first class upgrade" in conjunction with Myki.

The modern driving books do say that when tailgated pull over where safe to do so and allow the following vehicle to overtake.

All traffic participants have the obligation to avoid accidents so you can't just run into someone without endeavouring to brake even if the other party is at fault.  The public transport operator wil ...

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