CityRail was an Australian passenger train operator with services in and around Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong, the three largest cities in New South Wales as well as some rail replacement bus services.Who are the new train services for Sydney?
Sydney Trains replaced CityRail as the provider of metropolitan train services for Sydney. Intercity services from the Sydney CBD that were also formerly operated by CityRail are now run by the new NSW TrainLinkWhen did the new CityRail timetable come out?
On-time running improved after new timetables were introduced in 2005 and 2006. The newly introduced timetable increased station dwell and journey times. In October 2012, a report published by PricewaterhouseCoopers found CityRail performed poorly compared to many metro services from 27 other major world cities.What are the names of the CityRail trains?
The following table consists of trains that were in the CItyRail fleet which were withdrawn prior to CityRail's demise: Also known as Red Rattlers. Several preserved. Also known as Red Rattlers. Several preserved. Known as Red Rattlers or Sputniks. Several preserved. Several preserved. Also known as U-Boats. Several preserved.