Active transport

Jo is the Shadow Minister for Active Transport, responsible for encouraging greater participation rates for cycling and walking. 

Active transport

NSW Labor is calling on SafeWork NSW to explain why it was unaware of the workplace deaths of the two food delivery drivers earlier this week.

October 06, 2020

Active transport

This bill is about transforming a disused rail line into a key dynamic and living piece of active transport infrastructure. It will create jobs and opportunity, both during construction and into the future. It will enhance protections for the heritage elements along the line and create a fascinating story for future generations.

September 23, 2020

Active transport

NSW Labor has introduced a Bill to force food delivery companies to provide their workers with critical personal protective equipment.

September 23, 2020

Active transport

Flashing lights at school zones across NSW will fail unless the NSW Government urgently commits $13 million a year in maintenance funding, damning documents obtained by the NSW Labor Opposition reveal.

September 11, 2020

Active transport

Students at Tempe High School, Tempe Primary School and Ferncourt Primary School will be safer on their walk to school thanks to a new pedestrian crossing on Richardson Crescent in South Marrickville.

August 04, 2020

Active transport

World Bicycle Day encourages people of all ages and abilities to dust off their bike and enjoy their city in a healthy and environmentally sustainable way.

June 03, 2020

Active transport

The results are in. Read the Summer Hill School Safety Report HERE.

June 02, 2020

Active transport

NSW Labor is appealing to the good will and good sense of Sydney parents to continue working from home once their kids return to school next Monday.

May 25, 2020

Active transport

While residents acknowledge the need to combat rat running and congestion around the inner west due to WestConnex, these proposals are clearly focused on moving people in and out of WestConnex tunnels rather than improving traffic and amenity for local communities. My submission to the proposed "road improvements" in Haberfield, Ashfield and Leichhardt.

May 24, 2020

Active transport

Principals are being forced to manage traffic around their schools as students return to classes full-time, with the Government failing to deliver on its promise of hiring new crossing supervisors and demanding parents wait outside school gates at drop off and pick up times.

May 21, 2020