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Hundreds of Peak Hour Train Services Are Set to Be Added to Sydney’s Public Transport Network – Concrete Playground

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As NSW’s COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease and more Sydneysiders head back to work, commuters are once again piling onto the city’s public transport network. While you might have to wait for a couple of packed trains to pass at the moment, partially thanks to the reduced COVID-safe capacities, this won’t be a problem in the future, with the NSW Government today, Wednesday, February 24, announcing a $1 billion plan to increase the capacity of Sydney’s rail network.

Under the plan, hundreds of extra weekly services are set to run through the T2 Inner West Line and the T8 Airport Line each week. The moving of the current Bankstown train services to the WIP Metro service will free up trains to be redistributed throughout the T8, T2,…



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