NSW Government plans include the removal of all trains from Chester Hill after Metro Southwest is open in 2024 The Sydney’s Rail Future Implementation Plan says buses will replace trains between Cabramatta and Bankstown The 2056 Future Transport Strategy does show train services operating through Chester Hill Howard Collins (Sydney Trains CEO) said at the […]
The Restore Inner West Line & Save T3 Bankstown Line community action group thanks the residents of Cumberland for the overwhelming support in the fight against Metro Southwest
The “Homebush bottleneck” is a hoax invented by the NSW Government as an excuse for cutting train services and to privatise the railway by stealth
Consequences of the Sydenham to Bankstown Metro extend beyond the end of the Metro Southwest line and impact on Cumberland LGA
Residents of Auburn and Bankstown electorates have nominated the lack of direct train services to the City as the most pressing transport issue
The government’s confirmed: Berala, Regents Park, Sefton, Chester Hill, Leightonfield, Villawood, Carramar, Birrong and Yagoona will have NO trains to City!
The contrast between North Shore and Western Sydney could not be greater because of Gladys Berejiklian’s attacks on public transport.
Government documents show plans to close stations and replace trains with bus services between Bankstown and Cabramatta once Sydney Metro SW is constructed
Restore Inner West Line would like to acknowledge the support of many Councillors and community advocacy groups in this important public transport campaign
More downgrades, cuts to trains and slower services to the City for many stations from the Inner West to South West Sydney in the new timetable
Reinstating the City to Liverpool/Bankstown via Regents Park train is the best solution to reduce disruptions caused by the T3 Bankstown Line shutdowns
Candidates contesting September’s Council elections in Cumberland and Canterbury-Bankstown are invited to support restoring Inner West Line trains.
Restore Inner West Line invites new Premier Gladys Berejiklian to visit the area