FRUSTRATED train travellers can breathe a sigh of relief - the state government has found a way to solve the current timetable crisis.
It has printed a poster asking commuters to get on and off the trains faster.
The bright orange posters tell commuters they are on a "Fast Track Platform" - which means they need to "stand clear of the doors" to let people off before they can get on.
They have been lambasted by the opposition.
"These posters are not going to fix the fatal flaws with the train timetable the NSW government put in place late last year," opposition transport spokesman Jodi McKay said.
"Most commuters I see on train platforms generally behave very well and quite naturally stand clear of the doors to let people off. I can't see how a poster can transform a platform into a 'Fast Track Platform'.
"The timetable itself is the problem because they have put too many services on without considering the capacity of the network," she said.
"They were given the warning that the timetable did not have the capacity to recover if there was a breakdown. We saw what happened with that in January."