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Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink continue to negotiate to avoid further network disruptions

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Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink continue to negotiate to reach and agree with relevant unions and avoid further network disruptions to customers.

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Coordinator General Marg Prendergast said although the planned industrial action had been suspended by the Fair Work Commission, customers should continue to plan ahead and expect disruption as the network returns back to normal operations over coming days.

Prendergast said despite the strike not proceeding, customers should prepare for reduced services over the long weekend.

“We are very pleased with this result, and planning to return back to a regular train timetable from Monday,” Ms Prendergast said.

“It takes time to change the train timetables we had put in place due to the previously planned industrial action, so we’re asking customers to be patient and allow that little bit of extra travel time.

“Customers should keep checking for the latest information including service changes over coming days.”

School services across NSW are now planning to run on Monday January 29.

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