11 Aug 2011
Many of Liverpool’s public transports users are expecting to be heading to the Western Sydney Public Transport Users Symposium this Saturday, where they will voice their concern over local transport issues.
According to a report in the Liverpool Leader, Liverpool’s elderly residents plan on attending the public transport symposium to call for additional bus stops in the city centre.
Liverpool’s elderly residents currently have trouble trying to attend medical appointments in the city centre, especially as there are no bus stops located outside the private hospital.
Other issues that locals face with local transport include infrequent bus services, and buses being late.
Do you have any problems with public transport in Liverpool?
If you do then head to the Western Sydney Public Transport Users Symposium this Saturday from 10.30am to 4pm at the Dooleys Lidcome Catholic Club, near Lidcombe train station. Taxis, rail services and other community transport will also be discussed.
For more details about the event call 9633 5068.