Monday, June 24, 2013

NWRL Controversy

A rather fine observation received from a Beecroft resident:

In the editorial in yesterday's Herald, headed 'Monorail should be a lesson to all transport ministers', Gladys is quoted as saying that "the monorail is not integrated with Sydney's wider public transport network and has never been truly embraced by the community, and we can't justify the costly upgrades required to keep it running".

Why then are she and her Cabinet colleagues so hell-bent on imposing the NWRL on us, when exactly the same comment can be made about it? We have only vague promises that the NWRL Metro will be extended at some time in the future, but with no timetable or indication as to cost. Talk about double standards!

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