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The XPT trains can have the following carriages. XPT power car. Sleeping car. Seating capacity: 18 (sleeping) or 27 (seated). Saloon - first class car. Seating.


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Economy Class Seat. Busways coach service. Fares are to be collected on board the coach. For fares call 02 or see the Busways website for more.


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Brief timetable for XPT services between Grafton and Sydney. Hornsby, Wyong and many towns on the North Coast have not been shown. Fares: Grafton-​Sydney fares are roughly $87 second class and $ first class.


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Y'know, I think the most important suggestion I've read in recent posts has been DTMW 's suggestion to introduce yield management to dramatically improve PRASM passenger revenue per available seat mile during peak periods. If you mean "you ticket doesn't guarantee of a seat at all", then I think that's impractical given the frequency of service and typical travel times.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The RTT has two buffets on a 6 car train, need to learn from this experience. CL wouldn't check in our stroller, policy, they will not touch baby things! Murmur in agreement. It should have been pretty obvious that even with 5 types of vehicle you can't make up enough small and large trains to meet CL's current agenda. I'd provide two classes. I know it probably should be about an 11 hour run, but it isn't. But again, talking up space in the train while it is an issue, probably isn't a big one. No ifs or buts. For example, a just after lunch 1pm departure from Syd means an arrival in Mlb at between 1 and 2 am. Seriously leave the checked luggage alone and provide the space. An advantage of a DMU fleet is it's easier to reduce capacity to the extremity of the network without compromising frequency to the inner part. I'm not confident the great un washed can manage the non assigned seating for long periods of time on a busy trip. Posted: 20 May Last edited by Watson on 20 May ; edited 1 time in total. If they continue to complain, tell them that expecting the NSW taxpayer to subsidise their luxury ride is just rude. Stopping at a station for an extended period of time to enable people to buy food, means you need a huge resource for a very short space of time. If they continue to complain, shoot them. I would argue that occurs already even within EC on CountryLink. CL should also have option to upgrade regular users to FC when numbers are low to enable more EC tickets to be sold. People have luggage, and the further they travel the more they tend to have. That's a fact of life. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. Posted: 18 May Watson Chief Commissioner. The staff have little to do between stations, get them to sell food. Far Nth coast gets a day and night train vs a very late and very early day train plus a red eye. Otherwise there is too many people walking past those seated near the buffet. Likewise, if I was to factor in other options, I can the Overnight services, for example, Syd-Mel and vice versa would be say a am start and just after lunch, but this means you need for trains instead of current 2. This allows a potentially more profitable nominally- premium cabin, on top of increased revenue from the great unwashed. You can have a start that is am and another around lunhc that gets you there around 10pm which is fine. I slightly suspect that this will end up depressing demand and therefore required capacity, though, and this obviously will have a strong effect on the direction of fleet management. If you look at the RTT, I believe it has two, cars 2 and 5. Anyway, if you go with my agenda of no allocated seating, no checked luggage and if possible off-boarded meal catering, the fleet type requirements drop to 2: cab and non cab. Leave the buffet and deal with it in the design and ordering. Posted: 20 May Location: Antofagasta. Longer term withimproved track I'd got o 5. I think a 4 car train is the limit of the single buffet train. Hi, I don't understand with 5 types, not numbers of vehicles cars you cannot mix and match to make what ever small and large trains you need provided your pool is large enough. It costs nothing if you cannot sell more seats than physically there, as Jetstar found out. Its practical, safer bags not blocking emergency exits or dropped trying to lift them up to the racks, esepcially for the aging population. FC me thinks must be booked seating, EC, mmm. Likewise Vic's look after their own side from Albury south to Mel. Fine at stations like Broadmeadow, but after that, no. I rather think that this introduces the possibility of much better revenue, substantially improving NSW Trains' position. And quite frankly midnight isn't exactly a great arrival time either, as door to door you're turning up at your host's house in the wee small. But there are issues with this. And yes, there are advantages to the operator to being able to offer price differentiation. For the 12 or more hour runs that's 1 train a day each way. I'd like to say they should have option to show up and ride, ie stand until a seat is available. The wheels means nothing to where you store them. People want to eat, getting rid of the buffet is pointless. View mobile site Stats for nerds. But that isn't the same as allocated seating. Location: Fully reclined at the pointy end. Allocated seating in FC is a must. The only real difference is whether or not you're sitting next to a government or self funded pensioner. The current Dubbo would also contain a car set for west of Orange x per week. Then continue as planned. Checked luggage or luggage space in the cars. That's the least of my issues with checked luggage, there are a lot of good reasons to ditch it IMHO - not least because in the era of wheeled suite cases very few PAX are not capable of handling their own luggage these days. Well the XPT has 1 large buffet, but it's usually staffed by 2 and there is a queue from second class and another shorter queue from first class. Luggage, checked luggage must be an option, but you can provide options to reduce the amount. That required a fleet 5 DMUs vs the 5. Last you need need is the too many big bags being dragged into the saloon's. Dubbo I agree, make two services a day, one would be an extension of the Bathurst morning run. If you can cut the overnight trains, you cut the number of cars from 6 to 5, but better still, you cut the lead driver cars from 2 to 1, saving probably 1 car in costs. I think in 21st century with booking possible as the train is actually in service. If it's a viable proposition including Opal readers at the appropriate doors , I think it solves the comfort problem for those who are willing to pay that bit more. I'd also run at least 2 dailies to Brisbane, but thats another complex issue again. You would probably find this space in revenue per m2 is the most profitable of the train. I do think, however, that the fares need to go back up to reflect this introduce uncapped distance-based pricing with 75km flag-fall, maybe ; alternatively or in addition to this , it might be a worthwhile exercise to explore the possibility of reintroducing InterCity First or some other premium cabin name , offering a 'proper' travel experience with fares to match, and then an OSCar experience for the remaining cars. I still think, however, that the interurban service should be run as its own division with a proper V set replacement. NCL, definitly keep 3 trains, I think your justification, the longer it is the lower frequency is a bit off along this route considering you have 3 x cars now. This is nice, but it adds cost. If you view the primary competition for delivering regional PT services as busses, this is another advantage road coaches have: they can naturally off-board their catering. By reducing the doors on each car from 4 to 2, you can use the vestible space which is the crush zone as bag storage. And as for "types", we're really talking about changes - mostly relatively minor - to the internal fitout, and a properly speced train would allow these to be changed to meet changed timetable needs relatively easily. You won't find a DMU car capable of seats, esepcially when the current cars are barely Perhaps you mean European type articulated DMU's? That gives the mod-Nth coast 3 trains a day: morning, afternoon and night as per now. They should at least cover the difference in cost between the two classes. I'm of the view that 2 appropriately sized trains per route is about right. Location: Dubai UAE. Again, this is not an issue busses have to deal with in the country. Not all obviously, but a lot of CL's destinations are a 12 hour journey if you include the coach connection. I tried to reduce the number of types, but the buffet I had to have in two types of cars. But at plus 60 cars, 6 different cars is not a huge drama compared to CL's current status. QR choose 1 class on its CTT, all the larger seats that limit to 3 across on narrow gauage. I think there is also sufficent demand for most services to have two levels of seating. An hour or two either way and you have either a terribly inconvenient departure or arrival time. Fights, arguments and delays getting people to sit down. For those who continue to whine about sitting on "hard" seats while also being too cheap to pay fares reflecting the level of amenity they demand, listen to them attentively. This goes hand-in-hand with djf01 's endless experiments in ways to reduce CASM cost per available seat mile. Reason why railways got rid of them. I think my last post was a bit too much shot from the him and lacked - for what it's worth - my usual level of clarity. EC, I could go either way, but look at the discount airlines, they abandoned it for one reasons. I'd have thought the buffet should be a profit centre for train operators, but they aren't.