NSW election thread 2019

 
  simstrain Chief Commissioner

What will cost them votes is that there is very little attention being paid outside the Sydney basin.

Wagga is a case in point.
ANR

Hasn't Wagga just received a significant hospital upgrade worth nearly a billion dollars. Just because regional areas haven't got new trains yet doesn't mean the area isn't being looked after by the government.

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  simstrain Chief Commissioner

Should the Libs be re-elected, wait for the, or attempt to privatise Sydney Water. It's been streamlined/corporiteized in preparation.
michaelgm

That is something that could seriously derail the libs in march.
  cityrail-rulez Chief Train Controller

What will cost them votes is that there is very little attention being paid outside the Sydney basin.

Wagga is a case in point.

Hasn't Wagga just received a significant hospital upgrade worth nearly a billion dollars. Just because regional areas haven't got new trains yet doesn't mean the area isn't being looked after by the government.
simstrain
Well I live in Wagga, the hospital isn't fully finished yet! Come down and have a look yourself it seems to be taking longer and longer to complete the brand new hospital than what you think!

Yes, of course the government is looking after us "HA HA HA HA" what a load of rubbish! Come down here for a drive you'd surely enjoy the pot holes on our roads that the government that you speak of that looks after us, they refuse to spend money to fix our roads only Lake Albert Road is 5% fixed that was Wagga's money to fix that 5% but this road needs completely fixed as all other roads in and around Wagga

Funny how you said that the government looks after us!LaughingLaughingLaughingLaughingRolling EyesRolling EyesRolling EyesRolling Eyes if only that was true
  simstrain Chief Commissioner

like we don't have potholes in Sydney. potholes are in any case a council issue and not a state government issue. Oh and the roads that are being destroyed by interstate trucks is easily solved with road charging such traffic.

Wagga wagga is probably due for a north south bypass connecting the southern and northern portions of olympic drive.
  simstrain Chief Commissioner

The inland rail should help remove a lot of freight traffic from the roads and that is being built by the ARTC which is a federal government division. The hospital is currently developing stage 3 and this is new as well - http://www.wwhsredev.health.nsw.gov.au/Projects/Stage-3-Building

Schools - https://www.schoolinfrastructure.nsw.gov.au/projects/n/new-primary-school-in-the-wagga-wagga-electorate.html
  cityrail-rulez Chief Train Controller

like we don't have potholes in Sydney. potholes are in any case a council issue and not a state government issue. Oh and the roads that are being destroyed by interstate trucks is easily solved with road charging such traffic.

Wagga wagga is probably due for a north south bypass connecting the southern and northern portions of olympic drive.
simstrain
And the money to fix roads comes from the so-called government that you solely declared that looks after us!

Stage 3 for the hospital hasn't started yet regardless of what that website says, the Inland Rail hasn't even started not until 2021 that's ages away, I have a feeling it will just become scrap

As for high-speed rail in Australia it will never happen, because

1) High speed rail requires overhead wire systems to be installed you think about what that nut head said
they will not electrify the Kiama to Bomaderry due to the cost of overhead wire systems, so it is obvious that high speed rail will never happen not in a million years it will never happen for Australia, although Japan offered the best high speed rail network for a cheaper price while the French offered high speed rail for the most high priced "I will stick with Japan on this one if it ever happened since Japan was the first country to develope high speed rail in the world"

2) Getting national park and to overtake Aboriginal land approvals just to dig out tunnels, cuttings and embankments where required

Best to vote out Gladys, she is a railways worst nightmare the terrorist of railway slashing and destroying it all
  cityrail-rulez Chief Train Controller

The inland rail should help remove a lot of freight traffic from the roads and that is being built by the ARTC which is a federal government division. The hospital is currently developing stage 3 and this is new as well - http://www.wwhsredev.health.nsw.gov.au/Projects/Stage-3-Building

Schools - https://www.schoolinfrastructure.nsw.gov.au/projects/n/new-primary-school-in-the-wagga-wagga-electorate.html
simstrain
I really couldn't care about the new school, why not a new carpark like I said to the Wagga City Council instead of a new pcyc building, what Wagga needs is a 5 story carpark it's a realy nightmare trying to find parking in Wagga lately
  nswtrains Chief Commissioner