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scadam

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DDA is a piece of legislation that requires public spaces to be accessible by people with disability. There would certainly be a set of guidelines developed from this legislation for new infrastructur ...

DCook, regarding the route:

Obviously it can’t be changed now, but perhaps the lack of development at Cherrybrook was seen as a positive from government’s perspective - there is a lot of $$$ in s ...

DCook, regarding the route:

Obviously it can’t be changed now, but perhaps the lack of development at Cherrybrook was seen as a positive from government’s perspective - there is a lot of $$$ in s ...

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I think out of all the “extra” stations you proposed, Wattle Grove is the only one that is plausible for me. It’s suitably located for a feeder bus route through the suburb, or they could ju ...

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I think you are still missing the entire point of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA). The DDA covers a huge swathe of topics, including equal access to public spaces (i.e. railway statio ...

With regard to the union and metro employees, I think the union shot themselves in the foot by doing that protest at the gates to the control centre way back in April 2019.

I was actually working f ...

Yep, metro set 22 definitely has special track monitoring equipment on board and this operates during revenue service.

The operator definitely knows about the problem, and they have removed some ea ...

I don’t think I direct extension from Bankstown to Badgerys Creek is warranted. The main rail corridors they are hopefully prioritising are (a) a link from this new metro spur to the North West Metr ...

The current LR to Central really doesn't do anything that can't be done by the Sydney trains network.
simstrain
Although it does avoid the need for train replacement buses doing laps of  ...

[quote=Transtopic]...the Millenniums, Oscars and Waratahs have a maximum design speed of 130km/h and they would have been tested up to 143km/h, which I understand was performed on the Western Line.[/q ...

"Sydney Terminal Area Reconfiguration Project"

https://yoursay.transport.nsw.gov.au/star

Questions:

(1) Although not specifically mentioned, is this perhaps a hint at a new set of crossovers fr ...

This has been discussed extensively in a thread titled “T4 and SCO post NIF and T3 metro conversion”. The report states that the express and all stops trains will switch track pairs after completi ...

Posted 27 May 2020 08:40 in Sydney Suburban by scadam

Trainee Train Driver is actually being advertised right now on iworkfornsw.

[quote=Valvegear]Just a word of advice for scadam ( and thanks for your first attempt ) Denistone reads Denis tone. Your question needed it to be Denis stone, OK?

I'm not trying to be picky, but jus ...

Denistone?
johnlush
Yep, Denistone it is!

(Dennis the Menace)

Over to you, johnlush.

Hurlstone Park?
michaelgm
Not Hurlstone Park.

How’s Rooty Hill?Laughing
michaelgm
No, not Rooty Hill.

Never done one of these before, but here goes:

A menacing rock.

Shellharbour Junction?

Putting a third track between Wentworth Park and Central is a good idea in theory, but not in practice.
DCook


Extending the platforms and buying more tram cars is far more feasible and ...

So we have a policy from our leaders that they admit they cannot and will not enforce.

Do we feel safer?

theanimal

I think it's a step in the right direction. It provides a target so  ...

Hi everyone. I've been a reader of the Railpage forums for a few years now but only just made an account.

I have some relevant information about physical distancing measures on Sydney buses. Below  ...

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