The Restore Inner West Line community action group has thanked the thousands who have supported them to “bring back our train services”.
A MAJOR shake-up is coming for rail commuters with big changes to accommodate new Metro services in 2024 set to impact stations including Regents Park and Lidcombe.
Trains will travel via Regents Park and Lidcombe with Regents Park acting as the main interchange point for commuters to switch between the two T3 branch lines
In 2019 property developers involved with astroturf group Locals for Metro Southwest had a meeting in boardroom of Premier Gladys Berejiklian
Sydenham to Bankstown will be removed from the Sydney Trains Network with stations west of Bankstown still awaiting direct services to City Circle, Inner West, and Liverpool.
Option Two is the group’s preferred option and effectively means restoring the former Inner West Line to Liverpool via Regents Park, which was cut in 2013
Berala, Regents Park, and stations west of Bankstown have been saved from shut down, but community help still needed to Restore Inner West Line
NSW Legislative Council Inquiry says NO TO METRO SOUTHWEST and calls on government to Restore Inner West Line – Liverpool via Regents Park, Save T3 Bankstown Line and release the full Business Case
Travel times to increase as the NSW Government confirms buses from west of Bankstown to T2 Leppington Line stations will replace direct trains to City
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
The Parliamentary Inquiry is opportunity for the 19,000 forgotten commuters west of Bankstown to be heard
Hardest hit by the Sydenham to Bankstown Metro will be the 19,000 commuters from the nine stations west of Bankstown
Restore Inner West Line submission on the Draft Cumberland 2030: Our Local Strategic Planning Statement – Access and Movement in Cumberland