Jo is a strong defender of public transport. A comprehensive and fully integrated system that encourages people out of their cars is critical if Sydney is to be a truly sustainable global city. Public transport must be dependable, affordable and accessible. 

Public Transport

Jo Haylen has joined calls from the Labor Opposition for the embattled Transport Minister Andrew to explain why he kept the bus privatisation decision a secret from the public.

February 14, 2018

Public Transport

Transport Minister Andrew Constance today refused to confirm or deny that he has already cut a secret deal to privatise buses in the inner West and southern Sydney.

February 08, 2018

Public Transport

The NSW Labor Opposition moved to censure embattled Transport Minister Andrew Constance for his mismanagement of the state’s public transport systems.

February 07, 2018

Public Transport

The Premier's decision to invest over $2 billion on the knock-down and rebuild of two stadiums will leave our inner west services even more underfunded and depleted. Sign the petition today.

November 29, 2017

Public Transport

Notice of Motion regarding Seating Rails at Train Stations.

November 23, 2017

Public Transport

A question on notice regarding bus stop removal

November 22, 2017

Public Transport

A question on notice regarding seating rails at NSW train stations

November 22, 2017

Public Transport

Notice of Motion regarding Lewisham and Petersham Station Upgrade Deferrals.

November 22, 2017

Public Transport

When it comes to public transport policy this Government has shown nothing but contempt for the people of the inner west. In the past month we have learned that the Government will be ripping out 35 more bus stops across the inner west. This will affect commuters on the 412, 422, 423 , 426 and 428 routes. 

November 21, 2017

Public Transport

Jo continues to defend our bus systems from privatisation. Privatisation of public buses has not worked, either overseas or in New South Wales. This is an embarrassing record, but still the transport Minister thinks he is onto a good thing. Enough is enough. If it is good enough to listen to a poll and name a new ferry Ferry McFerryface, then it is good enough to listen to the 20,000-plus residents who have signed these petitions. It is time the Minister admitted his mistakes and left our Inner West buses in public hands.

November 14, 2017