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T1200 wrote:Is it still worth having this thread?
Volvo B12BLEA wrote:The last regular passenger train from Tennyson leaves there at 3.58pm today, arriving Corinda at 4.01pm.
From Monday under the new timetables there will no longer be timetabled passenger trains between Corinda & Yeerongpilly.
The only time there will be is if services are diverted along the line due to trackwork, network problems or the Steam Train Sunday services, keeping in mind these services do not stop at Tennyson.
Sb617 wrote:It has been noted that the 5:22pm Nambour service has decreased standees tonight (as opposed to the first two nights of the new timetable), but from people I know, quite a number of them has gone back to driving their cars on the Bruce Highway this week.
SM247 wrote:Sb617 wrote:It has been noted that the 5:22pm Nambour service has decreased standees tonight (as opposed to the first two nights of the new timetable), but from people I know, quite a number of them has gone back to driving their cars on the Bruce Highway this week.
They'll be back. People will realise the changes are generally working.
Two-Way wrote:Add to that timetables are not clockface and easy to commit to memory and you have a system bound to fail.
Cab wrote:Noticed a 5 Car ICE in Caboolture stables at 7:00am. I believe it was lining up to do a Express service to Roma St from Caboolture
Commuters could get a reprieve
Sunshine Coast commuters could get a reprieve from overcrowded trains with news Queensland Rail is reviewing the train timetable.
Sunshine Coast commuter and Palmwoods residents Jeff Addison said he heard the good news after a conversation with QR Chief Operations officer Kevin Wright when he was told there would be a fix to the 5.20pm train service from the City to Nambour.
The train has been labelled by commuters as the "Bombay Express" due to immense crowding with the train operating close to its maximum capacity with 900 people on board.
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