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''Obviously, when you're travelling those longer distances, you should have on board facilities like toilets,'' she said.
But it wasn't top of everyone's wish list.
''If I had a choice between a nice train or a fast train, I'd choose the fast train,'' said Blue Haven's Debbie Bradford, who believed the new trains would be prone to vandalism.
The carriages are also likely to have seats that face in one direction only and will not follow a three in a row configuration.
new trains ''off the shelf'' a first for the state. This means the trains would be largely the same as those used elsewhere, probably overseas. In the past, trains such as the Waratah have been designed specifically for NSW.
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''It's a good thing, but if they cut the line at Wickham, it may not be worth it,'' said East Maitland's Sara Cooper.
2006. Because of production delays they did not start to arrive until 2011, and several are yet to operate in Sydney.
The new fleet will be operated by NSW TrainLink, which the government created alongside Sydney Trains in place of RailCorp.
Ms Berejiklian said industry consultation would begin this month and she hoped to have the first of about 520 new carriages in service by 2018.
Ms Berejiklian said the government hoped toilets would be available on the new trains.
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details, the trains are likely to be double deckers. They are unlikely to have three in a row seating, which research found to be unpopular. And they are unlikely to include seats that can be flipped. This option is rarely taken up internationally and adds to the cost of a train.
In saying it will order trains ''off the shelf'', the government is delivering a blow to workers and companies based largely in the Hunter that have built and assembled previous train sets for Sydney.
He said if the trains were not built in NSW it would cause the greatest jobs crisis for New Era Cap Cleveland Indians the Hunter since the closure of BHP.
''That's what happens elsewhere in the world. Why should anyone travelling in NSW get less?''
THE prospect of new, clean and comfortable trains for the trip to Sydney was welcome news to passengers at Newcastle station yesterday.
''If there are proposals where certain carriages can have that premium service where you can get refreshments, I'm definitely open to looking at that,'' she said.
Passengers were also concerned about the future.
Another commuter said it was time the trains were updated. ''Old trains are showing their age. New trains would be a much needed boost for travellers,'' said Chris Kacev, of Wallsend.
Commuters pick speed over comfortPLATFORM FOR CHANGE: Travellers at Newcastle station yesterday.
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''This sends a terrible signal to the local industry,'' Australian Manufacturing Workers Union NSW secretary Tim Ayres said. ''We've got the capabilities to deliver high quality trains to the government's specifications.''
''So I anticipate definitely there will be toilets, there will be more comfortable seating.''
The minister said she was open to ideas for ''enhancing the customer experience'', which could include introducing a class system in Sydney train travel.
Premier Mike Baird and Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian said yesterday the government would spend about $2.8billion buying about 65 new intercity sets of trains for travel around Sydney and between neighbouring regions.
''I'll believe it when I see it. When they built the most recent trains, they went to Sydney and Newcastle got Sydney's seconds.''
RESIDENTS of the Hunter, Central Coast, Blue Mountains and Illawarra, would be able to buy ''premium'' train tickets with better seats and food and drink services when new carriages arrive from 2018.
The introduction of these trains would mean all trains in Sydney have airconditioning, as the new trains would take the place of the ''Oscar'' carriages now used on intercity runs. These Oscars would then replace the remaining silver, non airconditioned trains in Sydney.
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