If you’re catching a train this morning allow PLENTY of time!
People catching the train to work or to the airport across the T2 and T3 networks in Sydney this morning are being told to allow plenty of extra travel time following issues at Wynyard station.
⚠️ Some service changes and delays are impacting some services due to urgent track equipment repairs at Wynyard earlier.
— T2 Sydney Trains (@T2SydneyTrains) December 17, 2018
Overheard wiring issues are believed to be the cause for train cancellations and delays on the rail services across south-west, western and southern Sydney, according to 7 News.
Train cancellations and delays on rail services across south-west, western & southern Sydney due to overhead wiring issues at Wynyard. Some services skipping train stations. Train lines impacted incl Leppington, Macarthur, airport line, Bankstown & inner west trains #SydneyTrains pic.twitter.com/O4iG8pxeMB
— 7 News Sydney (@7NewsSydney) December 17, 2018
Some services are reportedly skipping train stations. The train lines impacted include Leppington, Macarthur, airport line, Bankstown and inner west trains.
Sydney Trains have reported on Twitter that the urgent track equipment repairs are now complete, however, flow-on delays are still expected.
Urgent track equipment repairs have now been completed. Flow-on delays to some services continue as a result.
Please continue to use real-time apps to check the status of your service pic.twitter.com/4Ky4FmpqBQ
— T3 Sydney Trains (@T3SydneyTrains) December 17, 2018
Commuters are being advices to use real-time applications to check the status of their service.