What was once a direct train now requires at least 2 interchanges and 3 different trains! It’s time to #RestoreInnerWestLine
The Parliamentary Inquiry is opportunity for the 19,000 forgotten commuters west of Bankstown to be heard
Hardest hit by the Sydenham to Bankstown Metro will be the 19,000 commuters from the nine stations west of Bankstown
Liverpool commuters have been short-changed with inadequate public transport and cuts to services since 2013 such as direct train to City via Regents Park
The NSW Government has used timetable changes to fake the need for Sydney Metro Southwest and conversion of Sydenham to Bankstown for single-deck trains
Exclusive: NSW Government used 2017 Sydney Trains timetable change to CONvince Bankstown Line commuters into supporting Sydney Metro Southwest: Sydenham to Bankstown
Transport authorities plan to put on more than 200 buses a day to ferry about 100,000 people during the closure
Restore Inner West Line supports EcoTransit’s Pippita Express proposal for a 19 minute Lidcombe to Central journey
Restore Inner West Line submission on the Draft Cumberland 2030: Our Local Strategic Planning Statement – Access and Movement in Cumberland
Why is the Liberal government so afraid to face public scrutiny that it has to manipulate Freedom of Information laws to cover-up the truth?
Exposing the NSW Government’s agenda of undermining public transport to focus on toll roads and allow for increased over-development
It’s time for the government to come clean. The announced Metro Southwest Liverpool extension just doesn’t work with approved plans for Bankstown station.
Thank you to each and everyone of our friends, supporters, volunteers for helping to fight for better public transport in the community.
8,000 commuters are forced to interchange at Lidcombe every day as a result of the loss of Inner West Line services to Liverpool/Bankstown via Regents Park
The NSW government abandoned upgrading the Western Line in order to profit from WestConnex M4 tolls
The government must stop cutting existing services to generate a need for new infrastructure. Residents also risk having their homes undermined with Metro
Residents of Auburn and Bankstown electorates have nominated the lack of direct train services to the City as the most pressing transport issue
Please join us this Thursday 7 March at 10am outside the Sydney Metro shopfront in Campsie (243 Beamish Street) for a silent protest against the Sydenham to Bankstown Metro
Over 50 community groups will be rallying in Sydney on 3 March in a unified call to action to improve public transport, stop over-development, stop privatisation and to protect the environment