Restore Inner West Line

Started in 2013 by local residents, the Restore Inner West Line campaign seeks to bring back our train services and support the upgrade not shutdown of train stations west of Bankstown

The removal of the Inner West Line’s City to Liverpool via Regents Park and City to Bankstown via Regents Park service marks the beginning of the NSW Government’s attempts to remove rail services in South Western Sydney

We seek to work with community organisations, Councils, State MPs and the NSW Government to improve public transport especially for local residents from west of Bankstown

The multicultural suburbs of Lidcombe, Berala, Regents Park, Birrong, Yagoona, Sefton, Chester Hill, Leightonfield, Villawood, Carramar, Cabramatta, Warwick Farm and Liverpool are some of the most disadvantaged communities in Sydney which have been neglected by the NSW Government

Restore T2 Inner West Line – City Circle to Liverpool via Regents Park

Our main campaign objectives are:

Please read our Answers to Frequently Asked Questions for more information about why restoring the Inner West Line is important

As we are independent of any political party and do not have funding from property developers, we rely solely on generous donations and contributions of time from local volunteers

Restore Inner West Line also works closely with various community groups and kindred organisations including The Battler, Sydenham to Bankstown Alliance, EcoTransit Sydney, Fix NSW

We would also like to especially thank our local representatives for raising our campaign issues with the NSW Government: Barbara Perry (former Member for Auburn), Luke Foley (former Member for Auburn), Lynda Voltz (Member for Auburn), Tania Mihailuk (Member for Bankstown), Guy Zangari (Member for Fairfield), Nick Lalich (Member for Cabramatta), Paul Lynch (Member for Liverpool), Jihad Dib (Member for Lakemba), Sophie Cotsis (Member for Canterbury), Auburn City Council, Cumberland Council, Canterbury-Bankstown Council, Strathfield Municipal Council

Please support us by signing the petition and donating to our campaign to improve our public transport

We love to hear from you, please contact us via email or call 0426 500 330