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The ACT's light rail network will be partially shut down between the EPIC & Racecourse and Gungahlin Place stops from Sunday for two weeks.
It will be shut due to the construction of the new Sandford Street light rail stop.
The light rail will resume on Saturday, January 23.
Queanbeyan's Qcity buses will replace the affected light rail services. These services will operate between Dickson Interchange and Gungahlin Place.
The replacement bus stops are adjacent to the light rail stops and will depart from platform three at Gungahlin Place and from platform two at the Dickson Interchange.
The buses operate to a higher frequency compared with the normal light rail frequency; buses will run every three to 15 minutes.
Customers will not have to tap on and off when entering and exiting the replacement Qcity buses.
Advice for people travelling within inner north area (between Dickson and EPIC & Racecourse)
Advice for people travelling into Gungahlin area (between Dickson and Gungahlin Place)
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This article first appeared on www.canberratimes.com.au
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