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Be heat smart
When you're travelling on the Sydney Trains network this summer, be heat smart and remember:
- Always carry a bottle of water so you can keep yourself hydrated.
- Wait on areas of the platform that are out of the direct sunlight if possible.
- If you're feeling ill at a station, please don't board the train because we'll be able to get you some help much quicker if you remain on the train platform. Ask a staff member for help.
- If you start to feel unwell on-board the train, please let the guard know and get off at the next station.
Almost all trains on the Sydney Trains' network are now air-conditioned to increase the comfort of customers, especially when the mercury soars.
The NSW Government has ordered 24 new eight-car Waratah-style trains, meaning more reliable and comfortable commuter services will begin rolling onto the tracks from late 2018. These trains have improved air-conditioning with advanced temperature control.