The 2013 train timetable shake-up is still playing havoc with many southwest Sydney commuters, four years down the track.
Rail between Homebush – Lidcombe to be overcrowded: Transport for NSW’s own predictions after cutting the Inner West Line in 2013
Restore Inner West Line calls on the State Government to commit to improving public transport across Sydney including Inner West bus and trains services
The Bankstown Line closure forcing commuters onto buses, removing City trains for 9 stations and rebuilding 11 stations is all for nothing.
Major cuts to train services for many Western Sydney and increased travel times for South West Sydney commuters are outlined in a draft 2018 timetable.
With significant cuts to train services announced for the Bankstown Line, Sydney Trains must clarify its commitment to commuters in the affected areas. Restore Inner West Line has asked Howard Collins about the future of the Bankstown Line especially for non-Metro stations.
A look back at the many achievements of the Gladys Berejiklian & the NSW government for public transport for Liverpool via Regents Park commuters since 2013
City to Bankstown via Regents Park trains (and vice versa) must be reinstated to replace Bankstown Line services between Bankstown and Sydenham due to Metro
Gladys Berejiklian must listen to the 96% of commuters that oppose cuts to the Inner West Line and Bankstown Line by restoring the Inner West Line to Liverpool/Bankstown via Regents Park.
Communities and public transport in Sydney and surrounds have been continuously attacked by the NSW Liberal State Government with cut after cut to trains.
Gladys Berejiklian announces more cuts to South West Sydney trains on T2 Inner West/South Line and refuses to reinstate Liverpool via Regents Park services.