The rail union is going ahead with their plan to strike against the NSW government on Friday July 1. Union members will being refusing to operate any foreign-built trains, which includes 75% of the fleet.
The strike comes a day after the government acknowledged union calls to amend a multibillion-dollar train fleet. Safety concerns need to be addressed, coming to a cost of $260 million.
In other words, if you have the option to work from home, it would be wise. Not only will public transport avenues be inundated, we’ll see the amount of traffic on our roads sky rocket.