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Sydneysiders were hit with another round of "major delays" on the Sydney trains network after a signal failure at Redfern Station on Saturday morning.
A Sydney Trains spokesperson said that trains were delayed after a signalling safety fault was reported, which required engineers to carry out essential safety checks before recommencing services in the Central area.
After two hours of safety checks, no signalling safety fault was found.
"The all-clear was given after the checks were completed but, as a result, delays occurred to services on the T1 Western, the T2 Inner West and the T8 Airport and South line," the spokesperson said in a statement to The Herald.
The technical problem at Redfern Station caused a cascade of delays on other lines: T1 Western Line, T2 Inner West & Leppington Line and T8 Airport & South Line.
This article first appeared on www.smh.com.au
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