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A power fault at Eudlo is continuing to disrupt train services on the Sunshine Coast today.
It is affecting rail services between Nambour and Mooloolah stations, including Woombye, Palmwoods and Eudlo.
A shuttle train is picking up affected commuters and taking them to Nambour station where private buses will take passengers travelling to Brisbane to Landsborough station.
Miguel Holland from TransLink says this morning's stop-work meeting by Sunbus drivers has made it difficult to get shuttle buses.
Meanwhile, Sunbus drivers voted to continue their ban on voluntary overtime at this morning's stop-work meeting.
Drivers went back to work at 8:00am (AEST) and buses are now resuming services on a Saturday timetable.
There is still no resolution in the long running pay dispute.
Sunbus manager John Morrissey says buses will run on a Sunday timetable on Saturday and a reduced Sunday timetable on Sunday.
He says extra services are also running today to connect with trains.
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