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Queensland Rail has apologised for the recent spate of track faults and delays on the city rail network.
Yesterday the rail network operated at just 66 per cent of on-time performance.
Track faults affected 60 services on the Ferny Grove line and between Roma Street and Central station.
Robert Moffatt from Queensland Rail says more money than ever before is being spent on rail maintenance.
"As evidence from the last quarter we've been able to produce good on-time running performance for three or four months," he said.
"The locations of the faults have probably caused the maximum disruption to customers in the last two weeks.
"Every effort is being made to try and eliminate those challenges wherever possible."
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