NSW rail workers to take industrial action

January 12, 2018

Sydney's train timetable will be reviewed after two days of delays and cancellations.

Sydney commuters face further disruption to train services after rail workers voted to take industrial action as they continue to fight for a six per cent pay rise.

The result of the ballot, announced on Friday by the Rail, Train and Bus Union, comes at the end of a week in which the city's train network went into meltdown with mass cancellations and delays, blamed on driver sickness and storm damage.

"An incredible result, well done Sydney and NSW Trains! By standing together and returning a YES vote we have shown management that we are strong and united in our demand for a good agreement," the union said on its Facebook page.

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