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
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
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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
We condemn Planning Minister Anthony Roberts and the NSW Government for ignoring the community in proceeding with the “Sydenham to Bankstown” Metro Southwest.
Transport for NSW data show removal of Liverpool via Regents Park trains caused most significant increase in travel times across Sydney
Angry commuters have rallied in Regents Park over 5 years of cuts to trains especially the removal of the Liverpool/Bankstown via Regents Park services
19,000 commuters and nine stations west of Bankstown will lose all trains to the city if the Metro Southwest is constructed from Sydenham to Bankstown
EXCLUSIVE: Western Line upgrade dumped by Gladys Berejiklian to force more drivers onto the M4 WestConnex to increase toll revenue.
Sydney transport is a mess. Premier Gladys Berejiklian is presiding over a total frenzy of private toll road building that is sucking billions out of public transport for generations to come.
We call on the State Government and Opposition to prioritise the following infrastructure projects for the Strathfield – Lidcombe – Bankstown – Cabramatta – Liverpool areas.
What was once a 16 minute direct train from Sefton to Homebush, a journey of just 7 stations now takes 36 minutes, 3 trains with 2 interchanges in 2017.