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lyjjimmy

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Posted 12 Feb 2014 03:01 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

[quote=Raichase]But a theoretical design life is just that - theoretical. With the overhauls and proper maintenance, there's no reason to withdraw the K Sets aside from their lead-balloon type acceler ...

Posted 10 Feb 2014 22:26 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

[quote=Alfred3333]As mentioned before, K sets don't fit well onto all stops service (banko and inner west lines). Due to the characteristics of the lines, especially the Banko Line, sharp bends make K ...

Posted 09 Feb 2014 13:03 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

K set will continue to comfortably fit the timetable setting for Inner West and Bankstown. The statement that fleets with a faster acceleration and breaking ratios are best for an all-stopper is someh ...

Unless everyone has a smart phone and know how to deal with those stores and apps flying around, printed timetable and booklets are still necessities in stations. They can't assume that once they got  ...

Thanks everyone's responds. Definitely learnt a lot.

Posted 27 May 2013 17:28 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

Em, actually Inner West Line local trains do terminate at Homebush due to trackwork (majorly on Granville Junction I think) starting from the past few months.

I don't know whether other lines have such odd thing. It happens like this:

According to the timetable and my experience, every night there will be at least one train (what I have known is the 8.13 ...

Posted 21 May 2013 16:54 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

[quote=clrks]As far as the Bankstown Line goes, I think there's been some hits and some misses. As lyyjjimmy says, the frequent hour has been extended and there are more services overall. I think a lo ...

Posted 21 May 2013 12:14 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

Glad to see Bankstown Line becomes self-feeding for most of the time, and congra to Marrickville's residents who receive a huge boost of train service during peak hours. Also I'm pleased to see the go ...

Posted 11 May 2013 15:24 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

[quote=simonl]It's a preference of PT users around the world to have a seamless service. I think djf01 is absolutely correct in his comments about the Richmond line not going to the CBD being somewha ...

Posted 03 Feb 2013 00:21 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

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Posted 02 Feb 2013 21:21 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

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I use tripview on my phone - and it's already been updated to use real time bus data if it's available for the route. It shows the time tabled time and the expected time. ...

Posted 09 Jan 2013 12:00 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

Redfern platform 10 is used as a linkage between the main concourse and the Australian Technology Park exit (near the old locomotive workshop). So at the concourse side end, a coin-only ticket machine ...

Posted 24 Dec 2012 01:33 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

There's barriers at the concourse end of Platform 10, but none at the other. Strange. http://goo.gl/maps/blkSr/quoteRedfern platform 10 is used as a linkage between the main concourse and the Austra ...

Unadvertised trackwork on Bankstown and Inner West LineNightly from 8.00pm to 4.00am the next day until Thursday night.

Buses replace trains between Liverpool and Bankstown via Sefton and between L ...

If the Chatswood - CBD line can be re-jigged for 20tph , what is to stop a decision to have the "Metro" running through and Upper North Shore passengers changing from DD stock at Chatswood ?Using t ...

Speed, I think there would be a decent price difference between tunnels for SD trains vs DD but I think the desire for the SD also extends to the fact that they can easily cope with the grades of an u ...

2032?! Do they mean after at least 20 more years the Bankstown and the Illawarra can get more train to the city? What a joke!and the NWRL will only terminate at Chatswood and not going into the city?  ...

Posted 18 Jun 2012 13:16 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

In my opinion A) flows much better, as B) seems to be addressing customers as, "Sydenham Passengers", "Strathfield Passengers" etc. rather than the station and the interchange information as separate  ...

Posted 16 Jun 2012 15:36 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

How do they gonna encourage people to use Opal? progressively fade out the current ticket to force everybody to buy one or give you some discounts when you use Opal and attract people to switch the pa ...

Posted 15 Jun 2012 15:26 in Sydney Suburban by lyjjimmy

new here.alright the government will no longer look at the inner west residents, they only look at the west.perhaps soon after the new timetable released, the government will force to divert some trai ...

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