The Seaford line is now electrified
The Seaford line is the first of the Adelaide Passenger Metropolitan Rail Network to be fully electrified. Services from Adelaide to Seaford commenced on 23 February 2014, consisting of a mix of the new electric trains and the existing diesel fleet. An unprecedented scope of works on the Seaford (formerly Noarlunga) line for a complex suite of rail revitalisation projects involved a full line closure from 2 January 2013 - 1 December 2013. These works were co-ordinated to prevent further disruptions over a much longer period of time...visit the Project Overview page for more detail.
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