That this House:
- Notes the Minister for Transport has ordered the removal of seating at Inner West train stations, replacing them with seating rails.
- Considers that this is an example of hostile architecture, designed to give the homeless fewer places to sleep, but also makes commuting more difficult for seniors and people with disability.
- Considers that this decision follows the removal of bus stops in the inner west and the deferral of accessibility upgrades at key inner west stations.
- Calls on the Minister for Transport to halt removing seating at train stations and to work to make public transport more, not less, accessible.