Dulwich Hill

Dulwich Hill light rail extension to open in March, says Gladys Berejiklian

Jacob Saulwick The tram extension to Dulwich Hill should open in March, Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian has said, as long as no problems emerge during track testing.

Dulwich Hill train station death: man seemed to lose balance, witnesses say

New train, Waratah gets its first run for Cityrail on the Bankstown line. Train arrives at Circular Quay SMH News. 01 July 2011. Photo by Simon Alekna.

Megan Levy Witnesses to a fatal train accident in Sydney's inner west said they saw the victim lose his balance on the platform before falling between two carriages, police say.

Dulwich Hill to Central: 40 minutes by tram

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Jacob Saulwick Trams from Dulwich Hill to Central will take about 40 minutes on Sydney's new light rail extension, due to open on Thursday.

Rain fails to dampen Barry O'Farrell's launch of tram extension to Dulwich Hill

The first day of the Light Rail extension from Lilyfield to Dulwich Hill.
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Jacob Saulwick It was raining on the day 13 years, seven months and two weeks ago that Bob Carr opened the previous extension of Sydney's tram line - to Lilyfield.

Dulwich Hill tram extension proving too popular

City bound light rail this morning at 8.30 am
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April 2 2014

Jacob Saulwick A week after opening, Sydney's newest piece of public transport is already sometimes too crowded for all the people who want to use it.

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Power problem closes light rail between Lilyfield and Dulwich Hill

Megan Levy Services on the new light rail extension between Lilyfield and Dulwich Hill were suspended in both directions during Thursday morning's peak hour due to a power supply problem at a substation.

Light rail extension to Dulwich Hill to hit commuters in pocket

Jacob Saulwick Tram services to Dulwich Hill on Sydney's light rail line are being planned to start on February 1, and service frequencies are expected to increase later next year.

Chef loses dough as grant turns into a loan

Anna Patty, Rachel Browne Apprentices who have yet to complete their qualifications stand to lose thousands of dollars in an axed tax-free cash payment that will be replaced by a HECS-style loan from July 1.

Man dies after accidentally falling between train, platform

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Saffron Howden Police said the man became trapped beneath the train carriage when it pulled away from the station.

Woman alleged to be behind Brothers For Life attempted triple hit

Rachel Olding It was information that would seem innocuous to most people but it was allegedly enough to have Abdul Abu-Mahmoud ordered to be killed.

Fast-track harbour crossing: Berejiklian


Jacob Saulwick Construction could start on another rail crossing of Sydney Harbour this decade after Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian said she would press Premier Mike Baird to bring forward the project.

Sydney's new train map likely to confuse visitors, experts warn

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Jacob Saulwick Visitors to Sydney using public transport already have plenty to be baffled by. But now there is a fresh challenge - a train map that experts warn is confusing and potentially misleading.

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Sydney transport chaos after two road fatalities, light rail outage

Rescue services at the scene in Neutral Bay where a cyclist was in a fatal collision with a bus.

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Cyclist recovering after collision with Australia Post truck in St Peters

The cyclist's damaged bike on the corner of May Street and Princes Highway.

Emma Partridge A cyclist is in hospital after he was trapped under an Australia Post delivery truck for about an hour in St Peters.

Light rail price set to drop after extension

Jacob Saulwick Half-price concession tickets will be offered on Sydney's light rail line for the first time when the line's extension from Lilyfield to Dulwich Hill opens in March.

Two men accused of stabbing to remain in custody

Megan Gorrey Two men accused of stabbing a man in the stomach outside his home in Sydney’s inner west will remain in custody.

Rail and road chaos spurs search for new power reliability


Jacob Saulwick Transport authorities say they are determining how to avoid the multiple failures that hit Sydney on Thursday, which turned a 45-minute power outage into a commuters' nightmare lasting several hours.

Light rail suspended after double derailing

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Jacob Saulwick Sydney's light rail line is likely to be out of action for days after two trams derailed at separate stops on Monday night.

Sydney light rail closure extended after derailments

Jacob Saulwick Sydney's light rail line is expected to be out of action at least until the end of next week, after initial tests showed multiple potential causes of two tram derailments on Monday night.

Still no return to full light rail service and no explanations


Jacob Saulwick Part of Sydney's light rail line will remain out of action until early next month amid growing frustration with the failure of the operator and government to explain the lengthy suspension of...