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
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
Exclusive: NSW Government used 2017 Sydney Trains timetable change to CONvince Bankstown Line commuters into supporting Sydney Metro Southwest: Sydenham to Bankstown
Transport authorities plan to put on more than 200 buses a day to ferry about 100,000 people during the closure
Residents of Auburn and Bankstown electorates have nominated the lack of direct train services to the City as the most pressing transport issue
We condemn Planning Minister Anthony Roberts and the NSW Government for ignoring the community in proceeding with the “Sydenham to Bankstown” Metro Southwest.
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.
The Sydenham to Bankstown Metro will cut all direct trains to City for 9 stations West of Bankstown forcing 19,000 commuters to interchange
Overwhelming majority oppose the Sydenham-Bankstown Metro because 9 stations west of Bankstown loses all direct City trains forcing 19,000 to interchange
Government documents show plans to close stations and replace trains with bus services between Bankstown and Cabramatta once Sydney Metro SW is constructed
The North Shore will have 20 trains per hour to City while 9 stations west of Bankstown will soon have NO trains to City because of Sydney Metro
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