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Sydney Railway Enclosures to force 100,000 passengers per day to take buses



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The sections of two railway lines in southeastern Sydney will be closed during the Christmas holidays to allow the construction of a subway line, which will force up to 100,000 passengers per day to capture replacement buses.

Transportation authorities plan to place more than 200 buses per day to transport around 100,000 people during the first four days of the closure of the Bankstown line between Campsie and Sydenham, and the Illawarra line of Hurstville to the central station, from December 24 to 28.

Then, until January 5, they will operate up to 90 buses per day for the rest of the Bankstown line closure, which will transport up to 28,000 passengers every day.

Passengers will be forced to capture buses during the Bankstown line closures.

Passengers will be forced to capture buses during the Bankstown line closures.Credit:Peter Rae

The project for the second stage of the million dollar metro line implies turning a 13.5 kilometer stretch of the Bankstown line.

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