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COMMUTERS on trains in Melbourne’s east are facing hour-long delays again as lines grow at Camberwell station.
Track maintenance work that sparked chaos on the Belgrave, Lilydale and Alamein lines during wet weather on Friday continues today as buses replace trains between Camberwell and Parliament.
Metro has advised that express buses between the stations are taking 50 minutes in peak-hour traffic while services stopping all stations are taking 65 minutes.
Commuters on social media have shared images of snaking lines at Camberwell Station, where wait times are advised to be up to 10 minutes.
PREVIOUSLY: Train travellers in Friday afternoon peak were able to avoid the one-kilometre lines at Camberwell Station earlier that day.
Commuters at the station had to wait to get onto a bus to replace their usual ride to work on the Lilydale and Belgrave lines.
This article first appeared on www.heraldsun.com.au
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