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Buses will continue to replace trains on the Werribee train line for another week following a signal failure.
The signalling fault impacted the boom gates at the Cherry and Werribee streets level crossing on Friday morning, with no injuries or damage reported.
Level Crossing Removal Project works which have been taking place since Sunday and were scheduled to be completed tomorrow, will now be extended to next Sunday with buses replacing trains between Laverton and Werribee.
Freight trains are able to continue running during this time, and will be guided through the level crossings by traffic management.
The Department of Transport says it is working with the ARTC, Metro Trains Melbourne and the Office for the National Rail Safety Regulator (ONRSR) to investigate the cause of the incident and to stop it from happening again.
This article first appeared on www.bay939.com.au
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