New train lines to Melton and Wyndham axed from rail plans

“The proposed solution of simply running tremendously large trains won’t solve the problem because they can’t provide the level of frequency that a suburban service demands,” Hearsch said. “Whichever way you slice and dice it, there just isn’t enough capacity between the CBD and the west.”

The city’s best served train lines, including Frankston and Pakenham, operate a service almost every 10 minutes at peak times and some stations served by multiple lines, such as Caulfield,…

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