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Thousands of Sydney commuters have had to endure another lengthy journey home after broken down trains and equipment caused significant delays across the CityRail network.
Some passengers reported as much as 50 minutes had been added to their regular commute.
Signalling lights at Wynyard broke down this afternoon and are still causing delays for passengers travelling out of the city on the Western and Northern Line this evening.
Trains travelling from the North Shore into the city are also affected.
The equipment has since been fixed and trains are still passing through the station, but the Transport Management Centre reports they are not running to schedule following this afternoon's disruptions.
A train with mechanical problems at Turramurra is also causing problems for those travelling from the city on the Blue Mountains and Newcastle & Central Coast lines are also advised to allow extra travel time.
Passengers took to social media to vent their frustration and posted photos of overcrowded platforms at several major stations and reported trains were running more slowly than usual.
This article first appeared on www.smh.com.au
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