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ONE in ten Bendigo V/Line trains were cancelled last month, according to the latest performance results.
About 10.6 per cent of Bendigo line trains did not run in February - that is the highest number of cancellations since January 2016, when 10.9 per cent of trains did not run.
The performance data also showed only 84.7 per cent of services on the Bendigo line were on time in February.
The last time punctuality figures were that low was June 2018, when only 80 per cent of trains were on time.
The latest performance results come as more train faults hinder commuters on the Bendigo line.
The 7.34am Kyneton to Southern Cross service on Wednesday ran at a reduced capacity because of a train fault.
The 6.56am Swan Hill to Southern Cross train also started in Bendigo at 9.22am because of the same fault.
Swan Hill commuters were told to board replacement coaches to complete their journey.
V/Line has been contacted for comment.
This article first appeared on www.bendigoadvertiser.com.au
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