With temperatures forecast to rise in Victoria, excessive warmth schedules can be in place on the V / Line community on January 21 and 22.
Thursday and Friday there can be a partial excessive warmth schedule for the Bendigo, Swan Hill and Echuca traces, with a full excessive warmth schedule for the Seymour and Shepparton traces.
Coaches are additionally changing providers for all or a part of the journey on the Ballarat, Ararat and Maryborough traces as a part of deliberate modernization work with short-term substitute schedules for current coaches. Test the V / Line web site earlier than touring to see in case your providers are affected.
A replica of the acute warmth schedule could be downloaded from the V / Line web site or passengers can request a duplicate on the nearest station. Passengers are inspired to permit further time for his or her journeys.
Excessive warmth velocity restrictions are utilized when temperatures exceed 36 levels to cut back the probability of practice and monitor faults, whereas guaranteeing passenger security.
When an excessive warmth schedule is in place, journey instances could be lengthened by a couple of minutes because the practice velocity slows down.
There can be potable water on board the trains and passengers are additionally inspired to journey with bottled water and put on cool clothes.
The newest data on public transport and community standing could be discovered at vline.com.au, ptv.vic.gov.au or within the PTV cell app.
Actual-time visitors situations can be found at visitors.vicroads.vic.gov.au or by means of the VicTraffic cell app.