Waratah Trains for Sydney

Filed under News ~ by Press on  20 Apr 2014

Waratah series trains now serve Sydney Western Line, Richmond, Riverstone, Emu Plains, Penrith, St Marys, Parramatta and Granville.

Waratah trains run to Sydney’s Upper North Shore for the first time, with 45 of 78 Waratahs delivered since July 2011

Pictured: NSW Waratah series train in service 2013.

The new fleet has smart air-conditioning that automatically adjusts according to temperature and the number of customers aboard, efficient LED lighting, and more comfortable, durable seating.

Waratahs have improved accessibility and security features including 32 Passenger Help Points, hearing-aid loops and CCTV monitoring the entire train.

The NSW Government has upgraded power to allow for the Waratahs to start services on the Western Line and new substations have been built at Yagoona, Warwick Farm, Toongabbie and Campbelltown.

NSWS Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian today released deployment details of Waratah trains.

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