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The public exhibition period for changes to the City Rail timetable on the Illawarra and South Coast lines ends today.
The New South Wales Transport Minister John Watkins says minor changes have been made to the timetable earlier this year but ongoing work to the line means more significant changes will occur in mid-2006.
This includes additional journey times of between 3 and 8 minutes, the inclusion of Wolli Creek as a stop on some South Coast trains and increasing the number of intercity trains running to Kiama.
Mr Watkins says the slower train services were recommended as a result of the Waterfall Inquiry.
"These changes have already been made to the central coast, Blue Mountains and other services across the CityRail Network and the general feedback from the new timetable is a very high level of customer satisfaction because of the improvement in on-time running," he said.
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