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The NSW Government today announced train services changes and improvements from 30 September to help support customers while the railway between Epping and Chatswood is upgraded to for the Sydney Metro.
Improvements include more services for stations north of Chatswood on the T1 North Shore Line and double the number of express trains running to and from the Sydney CBD via Strathfield during the peak for Central Coast customers.
Key adjustments on the rail system from 30 September include:
T1 North Shore Line
T1 Northern Line
Central Coast and Newcastle Line
T8 Airport & South Line
There will also be minor adjustments to some services on other lines.
This article first appeared on transportnsw.wordpress.com
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