Tell us the truth, Gladys Berejiklian.

Clear and Transparent Government? Since December 2016 the NSW  Government has been refusing to release the true facts on the estimated journey times and capacity of the light rail to support their wildly differing marketing claims. Why? We would like to invite you to the next directions hearing in the ongoing Sydney Light Rail freedom …

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Sydney Light Rail Action Group to appear at parliamentary inquiry Monday! 

This coming Monday, The Sydney Light Rail Action Group has been invited to appear at the NSW Parliamentary Inquiry into the light rail (CBD and South East Light Rail or CSELR) And you're invited! Date: This Monday 20th August Time: 4:15pm-4:45pm Place: Jubilee Room, Parliament House, Macquarie St, Sydney If you can't make it in …

Parliamentary Inquiry Into The Light Rail

Light Rail Action Group Speaking at Parliamentary Inquiry. Date: Monday 17th August 2018 Time: 415-445pm Place: Parliament House Sydney or livestream here We have have been invited to speak at the parliamentary inquiry into the light rail next Monday 17th August at 4:15pm. It would be great if you could make it along, or you can watch …

Berejiklian’s light rail to be caught short in peak hour

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Berejiklian’s light rail to be caught short in peak hour–  The Australian.

ANDREW CLENNELL THE AUSTRALIAN 12:00AM October 24, 2017

When NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s controversial $2.1 billion CBD light rail opens in 2019, it will have 1000 more people wanting to use it than what her Transport Minister has said is its capacity.

Documents obtained under freedom of information show that in a Transport for NSW “CBD and South East Light Rail Project Benefits Realisation Plan”, dated April 2015, the document puts demand for the light rail at “14,547 morning peak one-hour demand growing at an annual rate of 1 per cent to 16,935 in 2036’’.

Yet in an answer to a question on notice from a budget estimates committee delivered last month, Transport Minister Andrew Constance said that from early 2019 light rail would have 15 services operating in each direction per hour, “meaning total hourly capacity…

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