A relief signaller who was working on two signal panels at once when they routed a train through a protected worksite was possibly experiencing the effects of cumulative fatigue as well as being under a high workload, a transport safety investigation report details. Read more
Sydney’s rail network will once again be disrupted by industrial action next week, with services running at a reduced frequency and taking longer to reach their destinations. Read more
Sydney’s rail network will be disrupted by industrial action planned for Tuesday 7 December, when services will run at a reduced frequency and take longer to reach their destinations. Read more
NSW’s heavy rail network is the first in the country to transition to 100 per cent net zero emissions, four years ahead of schedule. Read more
A $45 million contract has been awarded to a joint venture of John Holland and Laing O’Rourke to start early construction work at Bankstown Station in Sydney.
Construction work will begin immediately to deliver a new services building, install new Sydney Metro rail systems and communication equipment and convert current Sydney Trains equipment to metro standards.
Following these early works, a separate Bankstown Main Works contract will be awarded to modify Bankstown Station for Sydney Trains services and to get it ready for metro services.
The design will ensure an easy interchange for customers transferring between Sydney Metro and Sydney Trains services.
During the 10-day Sydney Harbour Bridge shutdown in January, screens displaying real-time interchange information guided commuters arriving at Wynyard and North Sydney stations. Read more
Alstom has been awarded two contracts by Transport for NSW and Sydney Trains to design, deliver and provide long-term service support for European Train Control System Level 2 (ETCS) trackside signalling technology as part of the State’s More Trains, More Services – Digital Systems Program. Read more
The Mariyung fleet of trains has received the last tick of approval from the independent Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator and is set to start carrying customers.
The first trains have run over a new concrete deck on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Read more
Airline crew who were stood down from their roles due to the COVID-19 pandemic are now getting in the drivers cabin and serving customers with Sydney Trains. Read more