Started by ozbob, March 12, 2014, 07:15:59 AM
Quote from: Stillwater on November 04, 2015, 05:26:53 AMQR seems to have pulled out all stops to inform the people of Woombye about the stabling facility just south of the town's railway station, including the formation of a community reference group. This was not always the case. There was a point in time when QR misjudged the extent to which the people of Woombye wanted to be informed about this proposal, were confused about this facility and proposed track augmentation associated with Beerburrum-Nambour duplication, and the pride people have about their town and what happens in it. Let's hope QR has learned the lesson and no longer will treat people as mugs when it comes to this type of project.
Quote from: Fares_Fair on December 06, 2020, 22:54:26 PMThe sound issue is yet to be determined.I enacted some drive-bys last night throughout Woombye with listening tours at various locations to see if I can detect the source of the annoying sound.There was a continuous, what I would describe as 'droning' noise occurring.I could not hear it from the gated entrance to the Rail Stabling Yard.I could hear it clearly from the residents back yard. He invited me onto the property to listen. This was at 10pm.A nearby resident told me the noise was like that pretty well 24/7. He also said that he could hear the A/C compressors releasing pressure every so often and that that was louder than the constant 'drone'.The trains are not being placed in air conditioning 'stabling mode' due to the mould and odour issue with the NGR trains.On weekends the 4 parked NGR trains are not used in service (local resident reported this to me) and are left with A/C units running constantly.I was at a meeting with TMR and QR where we were told by a senior TMR manager that it would likely be resolved in two months (i.e. by September 2020).The meeting was held in July 2018.It is now December and the issue is still not resolved!This will boil over.
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