More Trains, More Services
Over the next ten years the More Trains, More Services program will roll out world class technology to transform the rail network and provide customers with more reliable, high capacity turn up and go services.
More than $4.3 billion is being invested in the More Trains, More Services program, which has already delivered more than 1700 additional weekly services across the rail network since 2017.
The next stages of More Trains, More Services will focus on delivering improvements for the T4 Illawarra, T8 Airport and South and the South Coast lines. Every day more than 410,000 customers travel on these lines, almost a third of all Sydney Trains customers.
Infrastructure improvements are being made across the network. These include modifications to track, signalling, stabling facilities and station platforms.
See below for more information about infrastructure improvements being delivered in your area.
- Waterfall Stabling Yard and Platform Extension Project
- Wollongong Stabling Yard and Platform Extension Project
- Mortdale Maintenance Centre Upgrade
- Hurstville Crossover Project
- Wolli Creek Substation and T8 Line Power Supply Upgrade
- Mascot Substation Project
Keep in touch
For more information about these projects contact the project team on 1800 684 490 or email email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
More seats on South Coast trains
More Trains, More Services will deliver 42 additional carriages to the New Intercity Fleet. The majority will be sent to the South Coast, which will see eight car trains increased to 10 car trains for peak hour services.
As part of future stages of the program South Coast customers will benefit from an extra 13,000 seats across the busiest times of the week.
For more information on the New Intercity Fleet, visit: https://www.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects/current-projects/new-intercity-fleet
More new trains from 2020
As part of the next stage of the More Trains, More Services program, the NSW Government will fast track an extra 17 new Waratah Series 2 trains. These popular, reliable and comfortable services will begin rolling onto tracks from late 2020.
This is in addition to the 24 new Waratah Series 2 trains that are being introduced as part of the first stage of the More Trains, More Services program. The new trains feature:
- Double deck cars
- Air-conditioning with temperature control
- High definition customer information screens to provide journey and safety information
- Internal and external CCTV and customer help points
- Improved interior LED lighting
- Priority seating, wheelchair spaces and hearing aid loops.
For more information on Waratah Series 2 trains, visit: https://www.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects/current-projects/sydney-growth-trains
What we have delivered
The first stage of the program focused on boosting capacity through extra services, better infrastructure and new trains, with more than 1700 extra weekly services, including more express trains for Western and South West Sydney.
We have upgraded rail infrastructure to allow our complex network to operate at an even greater capacity, including better signalling systems, power supply upgrades and train station improvements.
The November 2017 timetable delivered a range of benefits for suburban customers, on the targeted T1 Western, T2 Inner West & Leppington, T3 Bankstown, T5 Cumberland and T8 Airport & South Lines.
The next stages of More Trains, More Services will focus on delivering improvements for the T4 Illawarra, T8 Airport & South and the South Coast lines. Every day more than 410,000 customers travel on these lines, almost a third of all Sydney Trains customers.
For more information about the More Trains, More Services program email firstname.lastname@example.org