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Thousands of people threatening to hold a late night pyjama party at Perth train station have forced a backdown from the state government. State transport minister Dean Nalder issued a media statement on March 3 promising that late night trains on Friday and Saturday evenings would remain. Previously the Public Transport Authority had announced that the 1am and 2:15am train services would be cancelled.
“Labor’s public transport policy lacks vision. It’s just more of the same — and follows the Liberals’ privatisation agenda”, John Coleman, Socialist Alliance candidate for the Legislative Council said. “Labor promised $1 billion for a small-scale light rail project to run from Parramatta to Homebush, matching the Liberals’ promise. But while any money spent on public transport rather than roads is money well spent, Labor’s policy doesn’t address the real problems.

Join us to make lanterns for the Fix NSW Transport — City Lantern Walk on August 11.

Materials will be provided, but you can bring some too! Come along with your ideas. No prior experience necessary!

Unit 3, 29 Macquarie Street, Parramatta (close to the station).

For more information message the Fix NSW Transport page

NSW has become a joke when it comes to transport. Gladys is wasting $45 billion on #WestCONnex and other toll roads while public transport is falling to pieces. The cost blowouts and secrecy are frightening.

You might think that transport is a rational issue where decisions are made in the best interests of the public and the problem will be fixed by 'the experts'. It will not. The vested interests have taken control. We the people must become active and fight back.

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. Speakers include Sydney Lord May Clover Moore.

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