Trains to come every two and a half minutes under overhaul of Sydney’s congested rail network | Daily Mail Online
It’s every commuter’s dream – an upgrade to the signal network is going to allow Sydney trains to run every two and a half minutes.
The $880 million upgrade is going to greatly expand commuter capacity and allow smoother access to and from Sydney airport.
The century-old signal network is due for an upgrade, with digital signalling paving the way for the future, according to the Daily Telegraph.
A radical upgrade of the Sydney Trails signalling system due to boost capacity and allow trains to come every two and a half minutes
With funding set aside for the plans in the upcoming NSW budget, the first tracks to see change will be the highly congested T8 airport line and T4 Illawarra line from Cronulla. Trains to come every two and a half minutes under overhaul of Sydney’s congested rail network | Daily Mail Online