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The Public Transport Authority has warned parents and students to make sure they are prepared ahead of another rail shutdown planned for next week.
The Armadale, Midland, and Thornlie lines will not be affected, however, the Joondalup line will stop at Leederville and the Mandurah line at the Esplanade.
The Fremantle line will also be out of action from next Wednesday afternoon until the following Monday morning.
PTA spokesman David Hynes says unlike a similar shutdown earlier this month, this one will take place during the school term.
"We've sent letters to, I think at least a couple of hundred schools to outline the details of the shutdown and try to have them prepare the kids and the parents," he said.
"It also means that some of the buses that were used for the last shutdown will not be available to us for this one because they'll be on school duties."
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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