Cityrail Service Interuptions - NOW WITH ADDED TRACKWORK!

 
  4206 Chief Commissioner

Location: Dorrigo yard
T2 Inner West & South Line - partial closure

UPDATED 20 SEP 05:59
ONGOING
Details

No trains are running between Leppington and Glenfield due to a person injured by a train at Leppington. Replacement buses are being organised but are not on site. Delay your trip or make alternative arrangements. Also listen to announcements and check indicator boards.
Routes affected

T2
Campbelltown or Leppington to City via Granville
T2
City to Campbelltown or Leppington via Granville

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  4206 Chief Commissioner

Location: Dorrigo yard
South Coast Line - delays

UPDATED 21 SEP 07:13
ONGOING
Details

Allow extra travel time after earlier urgent signal equipment repairs at Coalcliff. Also listen to announcements and check indicator boards.

T5 Cumberland Line - delays

UPDATED 21 SEP 07:33
ONGOING
Details

Allow extra travel time due to an operational issue. Train are running at a reduced frequency. Consider catching a T1 Western Line train or T2 South Line train and change at Granville to continue your trip. Listen to announcements and check indicator boards.


T7 Olympic Park Line - delays

UPDATED 21 SEP 05:48
ONGOING
Details

Allow extra travel time due to an operational issue. Services are running at a reduced frequency. Also check indicator boards and listen to announcements.
  4206 Chief Commissioner

Location: Dorrigo yard
Central to Hamilton terminating at Morisset

UPDATED 25 SEP 00:28
ONGOING
Details

Buses are replacing trains between Morisset and Hamilton from the first service at 03:45 due to track equipment repairs.
  4206 Chief Commissioner

Location: Dorrigo yard
South Coast Line - 4:40am Central to Kiama train delayed

UPDATED 27 SEP 06:47
ONGOING
Details

Allow an extra 30 minutes travel time on the 4:40am Central to Kiama train due to mechanical issues at Austinmer earlier. Also listen to announcements and check indicator boards.

T2 Airport Line - delays

UPDATED 27 SEP 06:41
ONGOING
Details

Allow extra travel time due to a train requiring mechanical repairs at Revesby. Also listen to announcements and check indicator boards.
  4206 Chief Commissioner

Location: Dorrigo yard
T2 Airport Line and T3 Bankstown Line - delays

UPDATED 28 SEP 06:25
ONGOING
Details

Allow extra time due to urgent signal equipment repairs at Central. Also listen to announcements and check indicator boards.
  4206 Chief Commissioner

Location: Dorrigo yard
8:08pm Moss Vale to Campbelltown train delayed

UPDATED 3 Oct 20:44
  • Ongoing
DetailsAllow extra travel time on the 8:08pm Moss Vale to Campbelltown train due to the train requiring mechanical repairs at Moss Vale. Also listen to announcements and check indicator boards.
  4206 Chief Commissioner

Location: Dorrigo yard
T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line - delays

UPDATED 4 OCT 06:22
ONGOING
Details

Allow plenty of extra travel time on the T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line after an earlier operational issue at Sydenham. Also listen to announcements and check indicator boards.
  4206 Chief Commissioner

Location: Dorrigo yard
T3 Bankstown Line - cancellations

UPDATED 5 OCT 06:48
ONGOING
Details

Some trains have been cancelled due to a train with mechanical problems. Also allow extra travel time, listen to announcements and check indicator boards.
  theanimal Chief Commissioner

http://www.illawarramercury.com.au/story/4968627/rail-raid-to-catch-sleeping-workers-stops-trains/?cs=300


A push to catch rail employees sleeping on the job may have led to the cancellation of some South Coast services on Wednesday morning.
NSW TrainLink reported that an “operational issue at Sydenham” affected several Sydney-bound South Coast services between 1am and 6am.
Sydenham is where the signallers who control the Illawarra line through Sutherland are based.
The system is computer-controlled with the signallers on hand to respond to monitor it and react to alarms.
The “operational issue” caused major delays as buses replaced trains between Waterfall and Oatley in both directions.

A NSW TrainLink spokesman said services had been suspended on Wednesday morning “due to an unusually high volume of illness amongst staff who operate our signal control panels”.
“Services were up and running in time for the morning peak,” the TrainLink spokesman said.
“We apologise to customers who were affected.”
However a rail employee who spoke to the Mercury under the condition they remain anonymous, suggested the “unusually high volume of illness” on the night shift may have actually been a protest against increased rates of overtime as well as the actions of a supervisor several weeks ago.
The source claimed the supervisor launched a “raid” on the signallers’ HQ a few weeks ago in a bid to find workers asleep.
The source said the plan backfired