Inner West Line commuters could be looking forward to additional train services from City to Liverpool via Regents Park under a Transport for NSW proposal for Sydney’s railways in 2024
Transport for NSW has launched an online survey for the Planning for rail services west of Bankstown Station in 2024 including restoring the Inner West Line to Liverpool via Regents Park
Thank you to Liverpool City Council for joining the fight to restore our Inner West Line trains from City to Liverpool via Regents Park
The Lidcombe to Cabramatta link opened on 14 October 1924 to form the Inner West Line’s City to Liverpool via Regents Park train service
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
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
Restore Inner West Line submission on the Draft Cumberland 2030: Our Local Strategic Planning Statement – Access and Movement in Cumberland
Residents of Auburn and Bankstown electorates have nominated the lack of direct train services to the City as the most pressing transport issue
Western and South West Sydney commuters disadvantaged under 2017 Timetable and “More Trains, More Services” program with increased travel times.
EXCLUSIVE: Western Line upgrade dumped by Gladys Berejiklian to force more drivers onto the M4 WestConnex to increase toll revenue.
History shows that the Liverpool via Regents Park train (former Inner West Line) opened in 1924 to reduce congestion on the Western Line between Lidcombe and Granville. The government’s decision to cut the Liverpool via Regents Park route in 2013 has increased overcrowding on the Western Line.
Transport for NSW has admitted that 2013’s cutting of the Inner West Line at Homebush (disguised as the separation of the T3 Bankstown Line) was a mistake.
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
In 1930, Berala to City: 22 minutes direct train. 2017: at least 32 minutes and a forced interchange at Lidcombe. Time to #RestoreInnerWestLine now!
Transport for NSW fails to answer questions about Inner West Line changes and increasing travel times for Lidcombe – Harris Park commuters!
No reason why Inner West Line can’t be reconnected to Bankstown & Liverpool via Regents Park given that track capacity exists for its Parramatta extension.
Lidcombe, Auburn, Clyde, Granville, Harris Park will be losing Western Line trains and face increased travel times to the City on the new Inner West Line.
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.
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.
Restore Inner West Line invites new Premier Gladys Berejiklian to visit the area