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The beginning of the end of Rail Fail

Almost three years on from ‘rail fail’ passenger train services in southeast Queensland have finally returned to a regular and complete Monday to Friday timetable.

Queensland Rail has added 430 services a week, while 59 trains have been extended to six car passenger trains, adding an extra 200,000 seats a week.

Robert Dow from public transport lobby group Rail Back On Track has welcomed the new timetables but tells Mark there are still concerns about the rollout of the NGR trains.

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Karl Stefanovic
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