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Trains to the Central Coast and Hunter region have resumed after rail workers ended a strike but services are expected to be disrupted throughout the day.
Hundreds of staff walked off the job at midnight over their refusal to test a fleet of 55 new intercity trains.
The Rail, Tram and Bus union says the new trains will see guards replaced with CCTV cameras and distress buttons connected to a call centre in Green Square, instead of staff on the train.
Transport for New South Wales agreed to cancel the test run and will meet with the Rail, Tram and Bus union to discuss safety concerns.
Rail, Tram and Bus Union spokesperson Alex Classens warned there could still be delays to some services until the afternoon peak.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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