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Buses will replace trains between Sydenham and Bankstown on the T3 Bankstown Line in both directions this weekend, Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 December.
Sydney Trains Director of Operations Tony Eid said the maintenance work will deliver benefits to customers.
“The work involves replacing sections of rail and replacing junctions between tracks,” said Mr. Eid.
“While we’re carrying out this essential maintenance, we will also take the opportunity to clean up the rail corridor, managing vegetation in particular
“We’re spending up to $4 million on this weekend’s work, with trains running again on Monday as scheduled.”
Sydney Trains spends more than $1 billion each year on trackwork and infrastructure upgrades.
Information about trackwork is available to customers via the transportnsw.info website and the @131500trains Twitter feed, as well as through announcements and signs on trains and platforms.
“Sydney Trains is committed to improving services across the network and we ask our customers for their understanding this weekend,” said Tony.
Sydney Trains Media Unit
02 9219 1285
This article first appeared on www.transport.nsw.gov.au
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