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During the summer months, parts of V/Line’s network can be subject to extremely hot temperatures and we take extra precautions to make sure our train services run safely.
Trains that usually travel at up to 160km/h need to slow down to 90km/h or less because steel tracks expand in the heat.
On these days, affected lines will run to a partial or full Extreme Heat Timetable. This means journey times may be extended by a few minutes, and some services will be replaced by air-conditioned coaches for all or part of the journey.
Due to the forecast temperatures, we will be running to an Extreme Heat timetable on the following date(s) and line(s):
Monday 13 January
Tuesday 14 January
To find your timetable, select your region below to locate the timetable. You can also ask for a copy of the timetable at your local station.
This article first appeared on www.vline.com.au
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