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The first of 17 brand new Waratah Series 2 trains is entering service this week, three months ahead of schedule.
A contract worth around $80 million has been signed by the NSW Government to run Sydney’s rail network more effectively.
Transport for NSW is inviting customers to have their say on proposed rail options for T3 Bankstown Line stations west of Bankstown.
Transport for NSW announced today that Mascot Station will receive a makeover to make travel easier and more comfortable.
The NSW Government has signed two construction contracts to modernise and upgrade infrastructure on the rail network.
Customers are encouraged to plan trips over the summer holidays as TfNSW takes advantage of the quieter period to upgrade the network
A new Digital Systems Facility at Chullora will support the integration of future technologies across the Sydney train network.
Transport for NSW will simplify and modernise the rail network creating turn up and go services for many customers.
Train commuters in the Sutherland Shire and St George regions will receive more late night services under a re-elected NSW Liberals & Nation
South West Sydney and the Inner West are now reaping the benefits with more frequent services, quicker trips and less crowded trains accordi
Sydney’s newest trains are a step closer to carrying customers on the network with the first of 24 new Waratah Series 2 trains entering the
More than 8,600 new weekly public transport services will start on 26 November providing customers more trains, ferries, buses.
Save more than 35 minutes each day travelling from Newcastle and Sydney with a new, fast train service to be trialed from November.
More than 1,500 extra weekly services will boost frequency and capacity for millions of train customers.
Major timetable changes will alter the way trains currently operate across the shared rail network.
More than 300 extra weekly train services when new train timetable is introduced.
The biggest uplift to weekend train services in more than a decade
The biggest uplift to weekend train services in more than a decade will be delivered in 2017