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Inner West light rail services could be suspended for more than a month while cracks in the tram fleet are repaired.
Tens of thousands of commuters are using replacement buses on the L1 Dulwich Hill line between Central Grand Concourse and Dulwich Hill until the trams are repaired.
Cracks in all 12 trams have been discovered and now need to be repaired.
Light rail services in Sydney's Inner West will be suspended for several weeks due to operational issues. (Steven Saphore/SMH)Transport NSW said it will take more than a month to repair the full fleet.
It has been reported parts and experts may need to be flown in from Spain to complete the repairs.
Trams from George Street can't be used as replacements because they don't fit on the Inner West line.
This article first appeared on www.9news.com.au
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