Bathurst Bullet Reaches Milestone

Bathurst Bullet Reaches Milestone

The success of the Bathurst bullet train shows no sign of slowing down, with the service recording its 10 thousandth passenger to make the trip to Sydney last Friday.

The large number of passengers which have remained steady since the service began in October last year has surprised even its biggest supporters.

Members of the Rail Access Bathurst group were praised by New South Wales minister for transport Gladys Berejiklian, who has also announced her pleasure at the success of the train service.

The Bathurst bullet has a capacity of one-hundred-and-seventy-eight passengers with the number of commuters on some journeys almost matching this figure.

Rail Access Bathurst along with Bathurst regional council are hopful the stong numbers will continue long into the future.

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