More Trains More Services


Project overview

More people are using trains every day and demand is set to grow even further with customer numbers forecast to increase by 21 per cent by 2021. We need to do something now to ensure we can continue to meet customer demand.

Key benefits

We're delivering:

  • Hundreds of extra services across the network.

  • New trains to the suburban network that will spend less time in maintenance and more time on the tracks.

  • Upgraded rail infrastructure allowing our complex network to operate at an even greater capacity, including better signalling systems, power supply upgrades and station improvements.

It’s all part of the NSW Government's $1.5 billion More Trains, More Services program.


In progress


May 2020

The network map changed on 26 November  

A new network map (PDF, 668.83 KB) shows how the network has been reconfigured with the 2017 timetable.

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The NSW government has ordered 24 new eight-car suburban trains which will begin rolling onto the tracks in late 2018.
A new fleet of long distance, intercity trains from Sydney to the Central Coast, Newcastle, the Blue Mountains and the South Coast.
Freight is worth nearly $66 billion a year to the NSW economy or 12 per cent of Gross State Product.