Liverpool and South West Sydney commuters can expect significant increases in travel times as a result of the Metro Southwest project on the T3 Bankstown Line. Government documents show estimations of journey times from Liverpool to City increasing by 17 minutes. The government’s own ‘Sydney’s Rail Future Implementation Plan’ suggest a remedy to the increased […]
In November 2017, express services to City on the T2 Leppington Line via Granville were removed and replaced with a ‘fake’ express service on the T3 Bankstown Line. The ‘fake’ express on T3 Bankstown Line (no faster than previous T2 services, despite government claims) will also be removed due to the Sydenham to Bankstown Metro. […]
The Cumberland Line and South Line was changed in 2017 removing direct access to Campbelltown from Liverpool station. Commuters now have to interchange at Glenfield station. This change to the rail lines was made despite most Campbelltown commuters having travelled to City via Liverpool instead of East Hills.
The express train from Liverpool to City via T3 Bankstown won’t last for much longer with the T3 Line set to be divided into two halves for Metro Southwest. Metro Southwest (even once its extended to Liverpool) will mean the removal of all express trains from to City. Commuters will also have significantly less seats […]
The former Inner West Line (Liverpool via Regents Park) is the shortest route to Sydney City. Liverpool used to have 3 direct train lines to City (via Granville, via Regents Park, via Bankstown) until the Inner West Line was removed in 2013.
Thank you for visiting the campaign to improve public transport in Liverpool. We would love to hear from you about your daily commute and what improvements to public transport you would like to see in South West Sydney. Apart from trains, we will also be campaigning to improve bus services and connections to the new […]