Negotiations to stop Monday's Train strike have gone right to the top, with Premier Gladys Berejiklian sitting down with Unions this morning.
An overtime ban by Rail Tram and Bus Union members,saw just 6 services between the Coast and Central during peak hour this morning
While there'll be 5 services heading home from the city on the Central Coast Newcastle Line between 5 and 8:30pm.
Meantime, Busways has announced it will not be operating school buses on the Central Coast on Monday, due to the strike action.
It's been standing room only on the Central Coast - Newcastle line today, with industrial action seeing the Saturday train timetable put in place.
Just 6 services have gone from Wyong and Gosford to Central during the morning peak, while commuters have reported trains were already near capacity at Tuggerah before 6am.
The state government, Sydney trains and a law firm have all returned to the Fair Work Commission this morning, trying to get Monday's 24 hour strike overturned.
Some Coasties have already started offering free carpool services, pending the Commission's verdict.