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February 12, 2020. Transport for NSW Chief Operations Officer Howard Collins tells media Sydney trains are running like normal following a severe storm that caused outages over the weekend.
Collins says a large landslip east of Katoomba in the Blue Mountains has caused a major issue at Leura, and the rail will be suspended for weeks for repair work.
“Anything west of Springwood will be buses,” he says. Collins says flooding in the Sydney metro tunnels for three days is not due to a design failure but is due to the network being located in a challenging area.
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