Amazing News For Western Sydney Train Users
There's finally some good news for western Sydney train users, with a brand new timetable and hundreds of extra services being rolled out across the community.
According to news.com.au, Blacktown, Quakers Hill, Toongabbie and Seven Hills will benefit most from the 300 new weekly services, with the latter getting an extra four city-bound trains an hour during peak times.
Weekend trains will also be added to, with services from Blacktown and Seven Hills running, on average, every 10 minutes, and the number of late night trains between Richmond and Marayong will double.
And travel between Parramatta and the CBD will soon get a whole lot quicker thanks to more than 250 new express trains a week.
"This is a massive win for western Sydney," NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said last week. "We are making it more convenient for customers to travel between western Sydney, the inner west and the CBD.
"By simplifying and modernising parts of the network, we are able to achieve far better services for customers."
The new changes will be rolled out before the end of the year.