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Transport Minister David Campbell says he does not think there will be any teething problems when a major new public transport timetable starts on Sunday.
The timetable was developed so the new Epping to Chatswood rail line could be integrated into the CityRail network.
As a result of the changes, bus timetables have also had to be altered in Sydney, including minor changes to the south coast and southern highlands lines.
Mr Campbell says he is not expecting any major problems.
"The strong planning indicates that this can be put in place effectively but the proof of the pudding is always in the eating," he said.
"There will be a lot of people on the ground from Sunday for the next two weeks to monitor any teething problems. We don't expect any."
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