Ok stupid_girl you make a compelling case for your point of view. In the end it all comes back to an incompetent labor government run by union heavyweights that have no interest outside spin and getting themselves elected every 3 years. The end result is billions of dollars of money made from selling income generating assets + stamp duty and GST has been blown away on waste and failed projects and we are left 30 years behind on railway infrastructure. I suppose we should be thankful that they actually spent some money on the clearways program and attempting to build a dedicated freight link in Sydney's South.
However, some people keep saying that the K2RQ should be the top priority.
To rank something as the top priority, the project needs to be not only beneficial but also more beneficial than other projects.
All their arguments shows that constructing K2RQ is better than doing nothing but none of them jsutify that K2RQ is more beneficial than a new Westmead-City and Chatswood-city corridor.
Currently in the AM peak, there are:
19tph from Redfern towards North Sydney
18tph from Redfern towards Martin Place
18tph from North Sydney towards Redfern
12tph from Revesby towards Beverly Hills
It's clear that the existing tracks between Revesby and Beverly Hills are nowhere near capacity and K2RQ should not be ranked in the top.
God you are brain dead.