Wednesday, 22 October 2014

1 Year of Cuts to Inner West Line


Western & South Western Sydney calls for restoration of train services

One year since Inner West Line cut to Homebush, campaign to reverse cuts going strong


October 22, 2014: Premier Mike Baird and Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian continue to face pressure from residents and commuters over the Liberal state government’s decision to slash the Inner West Line in half with the roll out of the new timetables one year ago forcing multiple interchanges and a 80% reduction in train services for the area.


Saturday, 11 October 2014

Increased Traffic Congestion due to cuts to Inner West Line train services


Before 20 October 2013 (previous train timetables), the Inner West Line was continuous through Homebush to Lidcombe via Flemington. Under the new timetables there is a disconnection between Lidcombe and Homebush forcing more people to drive and increasing traffic congestion especially at the Arthur St and Centenary Drive intersection. To get to Homebush from Lidcombe or Flemington requires an interchange at Strathfield. Western and South Line trains do not stop at Homebush.

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

NSW Government Ignoring West & South Western Sydney Commuters

The government claims that we can have a say in areas that affect us such as transport but that is a lie! We have video proof of this! We are also calling on the government to Restore the Inner West Line to bring back regular Liverpool/Bankstown to City via Regents Park services.


Our latest video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fChOpmMBxZ4