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The Victorian Government is delivering more comfortable modern, long-haul VLocity trains for the first time on the North East line.
The updated model will be the first VLocity train to run on standard gauge tracks on Victoria’s regional network.
These new trains are part of the Victorian Government’s 2019/20 budget investment to meet increased demand across the regional network.
The long-haul design, which includes feedback from local passenger representatives, will provide a range of benefits
Each three-car set will include:
Three-carriage VLocity trains can run coupled together for a total of six carriages.
This article first appeared on transport.vic.gov.au
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