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Sydney’s train network has been plunged into chaos on Monday morning - setting the scene for a lengthy commute into work.
Several lines - including the T1, T5, T7 and T9 routes - are suffering significant delays due to wild weather.
The T1 North Shore and Western Lines are among the worst-affected following a landslip at Artamon following the weekend’s deluge.
Workers are being told to consider working from home if possible.
The network’s Twitter account was earlier advising passengers to catch the T9 line into the city.
However, it also ran into delays due to “severe weather conditions affecting network infrastructure”.
Buses are now replacing trains between Gosford and Hornsby.
The T7 Olympic Park line is suffering delays due to flooding at Olympic Park.
Buses are replacing trains between Lidcombe and Olympic Park.
Commuter Matthew Edwards shared a photo of the tracks partially submerged to social media on Sunday night.
Waterlogged parts of NSW are suffering their worst floods in years with heavy rains and damaging winds forecast to again lash the state.
Communities along the Hawkesbury and Georges rivers have been ordered to evacuate ahead of surging floodwaters forecast to peak at their highest level in decades.
Major flooding was inundating Milperra and Liverpool in western Sydney in the early hours of Monday, the NSW State Emergency Service said.
This article first appeared on 7news.com.au
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