The CityRail network was a hybrid of three different types of passenger railway: metro-style underground; suburban commuter rail and interurban. CityRail's suburban network mostly radiated outwards from the Sydney CBD.When did the CityRail train service end in Sydney?
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. It was established in January 1989 and abolished in June 2013 when it was superseded by Sydney Trains...When did the new CityRail timetable come out?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.How are EMU trains identified on CityRail?
The CityRail network was divided into three sectors, based around three maintenance depots. EMU trainsets were identified by target plates, which are exhibited on the front lower nearside of driving carriages. Target designations and set numbers were used in identifying EMU trainsets.