Monday, April 23, 2012

A Sustainable Transport Master Plan - Community Workshop

I have been asked to publish the following. The Trust is non-political and does not support any particular political party but is happy to assist discussion on these important issues.
Peter Hewitt
Secretary BCCT

CATE FAEHRMANN MLC, Member of the Legislative Council, THE GREENS NSW
A Sustainable Transport Master Plan - Community Workshop
Club RydeX, Phoenix room, 7.30 - 9.30 pm, Thursday 26April, 724 Victoria Rd, Ryde
Your invitation
The NSW government will be releasing a draft Transport Master Plan in June this year with its vision for transport for NSW for the next 20 years. Members of the community are being consulted as part of that process.
As the Greens transport spokeswoman I am undertaking consultation with the community to ensure as many voices and views are heard as possible throughout this process. I will collate ideas from these workshops and feed them into the government's draft plan to ensure NSW can look forward to a sustainable and community-focused transport system.
I will be talking to communities in regional NSW and broader Sydney in an effort to ensure genuine solutions for sustainable transport in local areas are considered. There is a danger that the some people's voices will be ignored during the government's process and I want to ensure that this doesn't happen.
There will be a workshop in Ryde on Thursday, 26 April 2012, from 7.30 – 9.30 pm at the Club RydeX at 724-730 Victoria Rd, Ryde – near the intersection with Devlin Rd. Entrance to their underground car park is via Eagle St. Buses stop along Victoria Road or at Top Ryde shopping centre. Gavin Gatenby from Eco-Transit Sydney will give us some background before we canvass your views.
I am looking forward to hearing your considered views and ask you to extend this invitation to your contacts.
RSVP: Gail Broadbent in Cate Faehrmann's office by 24 April 2012
I look forward to seeing you there,
Cate Faehrmann MLC

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