Sunday, December 15, 2013

Sydney Buses Future' Turn Up & Go'!

How does this sound? NSW Governments Sydney Buses ' Turn Up & Go' Services for the future - how would you feel if you had a bus service like that?

Let us know:

Click here for Sydney Buses, 'Turn Up & Go!'

Friday, December 13, 2013

Do You Agree With Your Bus Services Region 'ON TIME' Running?

This is the link to On time Running of Buses in Sydney Bus
 Regions. It seems like September. October and November 
has been omitted:

Are you in agreeance with the Ontime running of buses in 
your Bus Region Area? This is Important as the NSW

Minister of Transport has placed a lot of support and effort to

providing more efficient timetables that are effective and 

pleasing to the commuter.

We would like to hear from you - regarding your Bus 

Regions time tabled 'On Time running of bus services in 


Click here for Sydney Bus Regions Map

Monday, November 25, 2013

Long Delays to Get Home Last Friday, Is It A Natural Disaster?

Last Friday,  Western Sydney commuters faced 4 to 5 hours delay to get home, due to delayed train services, caused by lightening strikes on  Sydney Trains signals.

I heard at first heard that some commuters were able to get off at Strathfield and have family members and/or friends pick them up and take them home.

The issue that was created, a lightening strike on a signal , is something that no government should be held accountable or responsible. With so many signals on the railway lines, it was pleasing that  Sydney Trains officials attended to the blown out signal as quick as possible.

This lightening created a natural disaster, holding up train services and delaying trips for commuters to reach home. Do you think that it was a reasonable amount of time for commuters to wait for to get home?

Click Here for Sydney Morning Herald details

Friday, November 15, 2013

Westmead (SP6) - Does Anyone Know What (SP6) Means?

On the new trains the electronic indicators have us wondering what a special code means for Westmead Train Station. I asked a few Sydney Trains customer service operators and no one knows.

See if you can assist us?

Click Here to check it out - if you know let us know

Does Anyone Notice These Signs On Trains Or Even Take Notice....Or Even Read Them?

Signs are place on public transport to warn us, distract us  by making us take attention to Rules  and Regulations that are enacted. How many of you out there actually, search for these signs, read this signs and adhere to these signs?  Which sign is important to you?

We would like to hear from you!

Facebook Group Has Sparked A Great Interest In Sydney's 2nd Airport Naming!

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Sydney Trains Customer Service Officers Cannot Deal With Gate Barrier Jumpers!

Gate barrier jumpers on on Sydney Trains train stations are quite common, they look around first to see if they get caught and off they go! Another way of evading fares. One day one person will hurt themselves and then could be a lawsuit for Sydney Trains, yet it is not  their  fault.

Customer Service Officers have no chance in stopping them yet Police Officers would be able to prevent this by being present!

Click here for Sydney Trains train station Barrier Jumpers

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Facebook Group Has Sparked Interest In Discounted Sunday Fares - And New Opal Card Proves It!

So here it is  how Face Book Topics can change the way people see issue, different to how they started, inviting interesting comment  and feedback. 

Join our Face Book Group:
Western Sydney Public Transport Users Public Forum

Here it is:

Is there some way all tiers of Governments can look at promoting more people to catch public transport especially on Sundays? I can start the ball rolling by offering discounts to regular Sunday commuters?
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