Labor is urging newly appointed Transport Minister Rob Stokes to reverse the Government’s decision to mothball the Queenscliff, one of Sydney’s iconic Manly Ferries.
Andrew Constance will leave a legacy of billions in blowouts, of botched project after botched project, and of sending hundreds of quality New South Wales manufacturing jobs offshore.Read more
Labor has urged the NSW Government to open good faith negotiations with workers across Sydney’s rail network to avoid further disruption of the transport network and of vital train services.Read more
Labor is urging the NSW Government to roll out workplace rapid antigen testing at every bus depot across Greater Sydney as soon as possible to protect bus drivers, passengers and to keep COVID-19 from spreading through the public transport system.Read more
Regional rail services at risk, essential workers in isolation and stranded due to Constance and Toole failures
A number of NSW TrainLink Services have been cancelled, leaving essential workers stranded after a fortnight of chaos at the Central Station Staff Testing Hub. Around 260 NSW TrainLink staff were advised that a COVID-19 tester at Central Station had tested positive for COVID-19.Read more
The NSW Government’s River Class ferries will only operate during the daytime until the Government figures out a solution to the massive defects in each of the ten foreign-built River Class ferries.Read more
The NSW Government’s River Class ferries will be further delayed, after safety standards mandated that the windows in the vessels wheelhouses be replaced because they make the vessels unsafe to operate at night.
On 3 June it is World Bicycle Day, a great reminder of how supporting cycling and alternative modes of transport can transform cities and communities.
The Government is increasing transport fares by 1.5 percent over the next 12 months.Read more
The Government continues to ignore the calls from parents and the Petersham Public School community for upgrades to the West Street and Railway Terrace intersection.Read more