Reminder: Industrial Action by Train Drivers Monday 29 June
26 June 2015
The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) reminds passengers that a four-hour work stoppage will see all train services suspended between 10am and 2pm on Monday.
The action is being taken by Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) members in response to enterprise bargaining negotiations.
Passengers are advised to plan ahead and look at alternative forms of public transport such as buses or trams.
The last services prior to the stoppage are detailed in the Table below (all times am):
Last train departs
Last train departs ARS
Last train arrives
9.33 Gawler Central
9.00 Outer Harbor
8.52 Outer Harbor
The resumption of services after the stoppage is detailed in the Table below (all times pm):
First train departs
First train departs ARS
First train arrives
3.13 Gawler Central
3.30 Outer Harbor
3.22 Outer Harbor
All services leading up to and following the stoppage will operate to current timetables.
Adelaide Metro will make every endeavour to assist passengers, however the stoppage will cause significant impact to the network.
Passengers affected by the stoppage are encouraged to use existing metropolitan bus services. Additional buses will be available for regular services that operate in close vicinity to the train lines to cater for increased demand.
Students who need to attend Wayville Pavilion at Adelaide Showgrounds or Flinders University campus for exams starting at 9am, 9.20am, 1.50pm and 2pm on Monday are also advised to plan ahead and seek alternative methods of transport.
A dedicated shuttle bus for students will operate between Adelaide Showgrounds and Adelaide Railway Station between 11.30am to 2pm.
Updates will be issued on the Adelaide Metro website, www.adelaidemetro.com.au, and customers are urged to visit Adelaide Metro Info Centres or call the Adelaide Metro Info Line on 1300 311 108 for information.