Action for Public Transport NSW

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Have you heard of Action for Public Transport (APTNSW)?

Action for Public Transport (N.S.W.) was formed in 1974 as the Save Public Transport Committee in response to a threat by the then New South Wales government to downgrade Sydney’s public transport system.

“We are not tied to any business organisation, trade union, political party or government department. However, we frequently liaise with governments, transport operators and other commuter and environmental groups, both in Australia and overseas.”

Their members are users and beneficiaries of public transport.

They meet every Friday evenings from 6pm to about 7pm at the UTS tower. Enter the Brutalist building via Broadway, and then go down the stairs.

To support them, annual membership is $20 or $10 for concession.

Read their recent submission opposing the proposed modification for the Rozelle Interchange.

There’s lots more available on their website here!