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djf01

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There is no point building infrastructure in places it won't be used.
RTT_Rules


If you build infrastructure in a marginal electorate, or a non marginal electorate that results in a par ...

Actually makes sense, rather than delay the trains behind, to contain the issue and get the passengers off on platform 3 as happened there.
Aurora8


MCAS made sense to someone too.  It  ...

Nothing critical obviously but little faults like that can really eat away at how the public perceive the service.
potatoinmymouth


And rightly so.  If those sorts of trivial yet obviou ...

[quote=Ethan1395]Well I'm not advocating against transport links, nor am I saying "the people of West Dapto should just get a job in West Dapto", but I'm saying that people living in a Wollongong subu ...

The scary thing is that you could be right, judging by the current government's strategy.
Transtopic


I am right.  

The plan was leaked to an Illawarra Mercury Journo friend of mine  ...

I'm not sure what he is getting at either.
simstrain


Simple.  I'm just following the current TfNSW rail doctrine.  After all, the NWRL Metro proves "customers" are more than happy to  ...

[quote=simstrain]This tunnel will have to be large bore for double deck trains and there will have to be filtration equipment for taking care of diesel emissions from locomotives and XPT's. There will ...

[quote=Ethan1395][quote][quote]Also, your Armchair Operators contribution video said "400k people given new practical access to the Sydney Labour market" and talked about lower unemployment in the are ...

[quote=Ethan1395]Also, your Armchair Operators contribution video said "400k people given new practical access to the Sydney Labour market" and talked about lower unemployment in the area, would you a ...

Posted 23 May 2019 19:43 in The Lounge by djf01

I think we're in for a Prime Minister who might possibly have some longevity so perhaps we'd better stop calling them "Prime Minister's imploding act"!
don_dunstan


Steady on.  Albo has ...

Posted 22 May 2019 20:57 in The Lounge by djf01

[quote=davesvline]The number of senate seats held by each state should be more accurately reflected by the states population???

As I see it, proportionally Senate seat wise, Tasmania should be redu ...

[quote=Ethan1395]Just one thing though, what would the price tag be for a Thirroul-Waterfall tunnel?[/quote]

$5 billion.

[quote=Ethan1395]

Would it be possible to build a new tunnel-free alignm ...

Posted 20 May 2019 17:49 in The Lounge by djf01

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote]And the fallout continues

[url=https://twitter.com/Raymartin55/status/1130339334496722950]https://twitter.com/Raymartin55/status/1130339334496722950[/quote]In FB yesterday t ...

Posted 19 May 2019 22:11 in The Lounge by djf01

[quote=Donald][quote][quote]Pollsters might have to re-write their methodology....[/quote] According to Antony Greene, they have been forced to change and that's the problem. They use to take random s ...

Posted 18 May 2019 22:10 in The Lounge by djf01

It seems that ScoMo has "done a Keating" and won the unwinnable election.
Valvegear


And didn't that work out well!

[quote=Transtopic]It's just not logical to increase services on the Outer Western Line to meet demand and then have passengers interchange to the metro to complete their journeys towards the CBD.[/quo ...

The metro is the way forward DJF because the current system is just old, outdated and too interconnected. The metro provides ...
simstrain


And I would argue Metro is not ...

[quote=Transtopic]At the risk of sounding like a broken record, addressing congestion on the T1 Western Line can't be resolved my Metro West alone. While Metro West will provide more capacity from Pa ...

I envisage that over time Sydney's rail network will evolve into the equivalent of the separate U-Bahn (metro) and S-Bahn (suburban) systems which are common in Europe.
Transtopic

As ...

Posted 11 May 2019 22:46 in New South Wales by djf01

I will have to defer to those in the know, but I thought the Casino XPT was the one that cycled with Melb and Bris; Grafton being separate.
NSWRcars


All I know is whats in the publishe ...

Posted 11 May 2019 20:05 in New South Wales by djf01

[quote=NSWRcars]

This cycle will have to change somewhat for the NW to get a long CAF while Grafton gets a short one.Isn’t the Grafton XPT independent of the others, with no sleeper? Or does it con ...

Posted 11 May 2019 19:45 in New South Wales by djf01

[quote=simstrain][quote]The NW will be interesting as Armidale is set to get a Long CAF, which will need to work with a Short CAF to Werris Creek for the Moree route.[/quote]

Why would the NW get a ...

Posted 11 May 2019 18:03 in New South Wales by djf01

Then if I recall the rest the XPT are two intertwined schedules of completing one service and going to a different route.
RTT_Rules


I reckon the first route will be the Bathurst Bullet ...

Posted 10 May 2019 09:48 in New South Wales by djf01

[quote=simstrain]The Xplorers don't need a spares hulk to scavenge since all parts are still actively available for the Endeavour / Xplorer fleet. So while the government is announcing the new regiona ...

Posted 09 May 2019 23:25 in New South Wales by djf01

[quote=NSWRcars]It is worth noting that the only new services promised at this time are an additional Griffith service and and extra Bathurst Bullet. These services can be easily accommodated by the C ...

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