Monthly Archives: March 2018

Mind the gap: Are we planning our major transport projects by a roulette wheel?

Ron Hoenig was standing up for Alexandria in parliament last week:

I call on the Government to reconsider its plans for the Sydney Metro. It has been almost two years since I first urged the Government to reassess its route and stations for the Sydney Metro Southwest project. I told the House then that the location of the Waterloo station was a mistake. It represented a missed opportunity to provide for the fastest growing and most densely populated urban renewal zone in Australia: Green Square east, between Zetland and Waterloo, near Danks Street. The New South Wales Government seems dead set on making yet another error with this project. Not only is the Waterloo stop in the wrong place, but the whole alignment through my electorate is wrong. Continue reading

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March Meeting: Redfern Station, transport and trucks, residents’ forum

On the agenda for this month’s ARAG meeting:

  • Changes to Redfern Station – it’s started
  • Update on local transport issues from City of Sydney
  • Dangerous trucks in Alexandria: what can we do?
  • Residents’ forum: issues that affect you

The meeting will be at:

7pm, Wednesday 14 March
Alexandria Town Hall,
73 Garden St, Alexandria