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Published on : Saturday, November 16, 2013
Sydney Trains’ Director Operations Tony Eid said that while critical trackwork would be taking place between Bondi Junction and Central on the Eastern Suburbs Line and on the Bankstown and Inner West lines this weekend, alternative travel arrangements had been arranged.
“Sculpture by the Sea is a fantastic artistic event and we don’t want anyone to miss out due to trackwork and that’s why we’re putting on extra buses,” he said.
“Sydney Trains apologises for any inconvenience caused by this trackwork, with buses replacing trains between Bondi Junction and Central.
Buses will replace trains between Central, Kings Cross, Edgecliff and Bondi Junction stations and run every 15 minutes over the November 9-10 weekend.
Regular buses will also operate from Bondi Junction to the beach every three minutes and Route 333 services between Circular Quay and Bondi Beach this weekend every 10 minutes.
“Customers can be assured – we will get you to where you’re going with extra buses planned for this weekend,” he said.
The two-day trackwork operation will allow Sydney Trains to carry out vital upgrades to track sleepers, rail line and electronic signals on line.
Buses will also replace all trains between Bankstown and Liverpool on the Bankstown Line, Lidcombe and Liverpool on the Inner West Line and Granville and Glenfield on the South Line over the November 9-10 weekend to allow for trackwork.
“All up we’re carrying out about $6 million worth of vital infrastructure upgrades across four lines that will directly benefit customers travelling on the network,” Mr Eid said.
“We understand trackwork can be an inconvenience and we thank customers for their patience while we complete this vital work.”
Source:- Sydney Trains