Thursday, May 17, 2007

Public meeting

Linkup Melbourne has organised a public meeting for Thursday 31 May, details here.

If you saw this earlier, I'm afraid I was a bit inaccurate in my description. Apologies for that, it is actually a public meeting.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I AM SO THERE

17 May, 2007 17:35  
Blogger Connex Whinger said...

Good for you - make sure you bring a few friends!

18 May, 2007 07:46  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know we need to get rid of Connex but is the State Government really the best people to run the transport system.

They haven't exactly got any experts in this field do they, or even anyone who knows what a train looks like let alone what they are supposed to do.

18 May, 2007 13:50  
Anonymous kosky must go now said...

Make the stupid bitch talk to her opposite number in Perth. Many people have said the same thing that they do a great job of running trains over there. If they can make it work and she can't she should piss off and let somebody else do her job. Just not Botchelor again but.

20 May, 2007 16:57  
Blogger PTA All the way said...

PTA www.pta.wa.gov.au
www.transperth.wa.gov.au
Allannah Mctiernan Minister for Planning and Infrastructure 08 9213 6400 or email alannah-mactiernan@dpc.wa.gov.au

25 May, 2007 01:40  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/koskys-train-plans-a-drop-in-the-ocean/2007/05/24/1179601576361.html

So they decide to add a couple of new services on some lines each day. They've apparently added an extra service on the Hurstbridge line which is hard to believe because half of the Hurstbridge line runs at capacity at off peak times. I can't see it being much use because every day there's a lot of trains on the Hurstbridge line that leave people behind on platforms as far as 20km from the city, and in the evening leave people behind at Parliament who cannot get on. Its not just one train. They currently have people counting passenger numbers at Jolimont which is pretty useless because it doesn't count the people who have been left behind at earlier stations!

25 May, 2007 10:03  

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