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Due to works as part of the Furlong Road and Main Road Level Removal Crossing Project, buses will replace trains between Sunbury and Sunshine stations after 3am on Sunday 3 January, until last service on Friday, 8 January 2016 (services will resume from 4am on Saturday, 9 January 2016).
The level crossing at Main Road is being grade separated requiring access to the line and the removal of active train services for the period. Metro TYrains services are also being replaced by buses.
Customers with special needs should contact their local train station in advance or ask staff at the replacement bus stops to organise travel.
Please note: In accordance with the Victorian Fares & Ticketing Manual 2015, bicycles, surfboards and dogs are not permitted to travel on buses. An exception exists for guide dogs, hearing guide dogs, guide dogs in training, animals identified by an Assistance Animal Pass and small animals if they are suitably contained.
This article first appeared on ptv.vic.gov.au
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