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Southern Highlands' residents have criticised the NSW Government's promise to replace the region's cancelled trains with buses, saying it does not go far enough to improve local transport.
The Member for Southern Highlands, Peta Seaton, met community groups at the weekend to address concerns over the Government's proposed rail cuts between Moss Vale and Goulburn.
Ms Seaton says many residents fear an increase of buses will create safety problems on local roads.
She says commuters also feel they have been "short changed" by the State Government because there has been no allocation of buses to weekend services.
"It doesn't go anywhere near far enough to replacing the axed trains and of course we still don't have a commitment to replace the weekend train services that have been axed with buses, so I think people thought that it was a bit of a token effort," she said.
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