Transport for NSW is warning commuters to expect significant disruption to rail services this week, with Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink notified of a range of protected industrial actions that will impact lines including Hornsby to North Shore via City (T9), Berowra to City via Gordon (T1) and CCN Newcastle to Central.
On Tuesday 28 June, services will be delayed and run to a changed timetable. Consider alternative transport and allow extra travel time. Here are the other key points to know:
- Trains on suburban lines on Tuesday are expected to run on an amended timetable with a reduction of up to 50 per cent of normal services during the peak period.
- A significant reduction in Intercity and regional services to the Central Coast, Newcastle, Hunter, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands and South Coast lines is also expected on Thursday 30 June and Friday 1 July.
- Limited replacement buses will operate in some locations but Sydney Trains services on Friday during the peak could be reduced by as much as 75 per cent.
- There will likely be significant delays and impacts on NSW TrainLink Intercity and long distance regional services, with these customers advised to limit travel to essential circumstances only on Tuesday.
For all the details and updates, see: https://transportnsw.info/…/industrial-action-to…
For the full list of impacted lines, see: https://transportnsw.info/alerts/details#/ems-6307