Marching through Sydney today, over a thousand protesters including Restore Inner West Line made their issues with New South Wales’ public transport clear including WestConnex, the lack of train services and bus privatisation.
The new train timetable fails to deliver for the Cumberland Council area, in particular with Lidcombe, Auburn and Granville losing fast trains and Berala and Regents Park continuing to be worse off with the failure to restore the Inner West Line
The new train timetable penalises people living in Western Sydney with commuters facing longer journey times, fewer stops and fewer direct services.
The slower trains and less direct services timetable has rolled out across the Sydney Trains network much to the disgust of commuters.
Instead of More Trains, More Services – the new 2017 timetable is slower trains and less direct services especially in comparison to the 1930s
Exclusive documents obtained by Restore Inner West Line exposes the flawed community consultation process for the new 2017 train timetable.
Liverpool commuters will be disadvantaged by the new draft train timetable recently released by Transport for NSW
What was once a 16 minute direct train from Sefton to Homebush, a journey of just 7 stations now takes 36 minutes, 3 trains with 2 interchanges in 2017.
Liverpool will lose 30% of fast train services to the City under the new timetable and won’t receive any improvements from the Sydney Metro at Bankstown
Reinstating the City to Liverpool/Bankstown via Regents Park train is the best solution to reduce disruptions caused by the T3 Bankstown Line shutdowns