Passengers are urged to plan ahead as trackwork on the South Coast Line and upgrades at Central Station mean changes to train services.
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The community will now have much easier access to the Grafton and Casino train stations following the completion of upgrades.
A major $50 million upgrade to improve passenger accessibility and safety at Thornleigh, Normanhurst and Pymble train stations is now complete.
People with hidden disabilities such as autism, chronic pain or anxiety can have more confidence navigating the rail network.
The Junee to Griffith rail line has reopened following a derailment earlier this month.
NSW TrainLink services will be disrupted while maintenance crews carry out essential repairs on the track between Waterfall and Thirroul.
Rail passenger services to Broken Hill have resumed today 30 January after 14 weeks following damage to the track caused by severe weather.
Employment trends have changed a lot in the 47 years since Bernie Keast sat his NSW Railways exams and his last shift on Saturday.
Travel will be free for commuters on all Opal network services operated by Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink, Airport Link, and Sydney Metro across NSW from tomorrow.
NSW TrainLink is advising customers on the Southern Highlands rail line of service impacts over the next seven Saturdays (15 October – 26 November) due to trackwork.
The NSW Government has made an offer to the leadership of the rail unions in an effort to finally bring peace back to the rail network.
Commuters were warned to prepare for a week of disruption across the NSW rail network with services impacted by ongoing industrial action.
NSW rail customers will face major disruptions as the Rail, Tram, and Bus Union (RTBU) begins a new round of protected industrial action.
NSW rail customers should plan their journeys as further protected industrial action will cause major disruptions throughout the day.
Commuters can now share in a unique travel experience listening to the Dreamtime stories of local Aboriginal peoples on their train journey from Sydney to Newcastle.
Customers can expect industrial-related impacts to continue on the NSW rail network with the Fair Work Commission hearing ongoing.
Transport for NSW is advising customers to expect delays across the train network due to protected industrial action which will significantly reduce services.