Evidence? It's been how many days or weeks since the inception of the logo to be displayed. I know things take time but this is getting ridiculous with no logos on the sets as mentioned. Even a few waratahs are floating around without markings. Uniforms, posters and other paper marketing were sorted long ago. Have you noticed that many stations are now no longer displaying marketing material in the blue information stands? No new ticket wallets. Because they have none. My point is the majority of trains are still naked.
Again, you continue to ignore the rapid rollout of the logo across the Waratah. As for uniforms being sorted "months ago", the new uniform was only rolled out en-masse on day one of the company. Which was 22 days ago. Hardly a long time, I would think. Never mind the V Set rolling around in a shiny new colour scheme with new logos. Never mind that we've yet to see any trains come out of a major overhaul WITHOUT the new logo.
Once again, you point to a "lack of action" as evidence that something exists that does not, whilst everything else points to the contrary.
Your pure enthusiasm for everything you read in the print media has a agenda. Same can be said for channel seven news in regards to the transport segments. But I think we are on the same page in "believing it when I see it". But take it with a grain of salt and will assume your a fence sitter. Think it's now time for me to go make a midnight toasty sandwich.
I hardly believe everything I see in the media, I'm intelligent enough to make an informed decision with the facts at hand. I'm not continuing to use a lack of change as evidence of a rumour started by anti-government grumblers. As for your calling me a "fence sitter", if that means I review the facts before deciding on an opinion and a position, then I guess that's what I am. Beats blindly believing in a rumour with no basis in fact.
I've said it repeatedly, when an official acknowledgement of... well, anything is made by The Government, NSW Transport or the media, then I'll give some credit to this notion. Otherwise, I'll continue to dismiss it as fiction. Even with sensitive lawsuits in which the details are kept secret for legal reasons, the actual lawsuit itself is reported on, who is sueing who, over what exactly.
Now, until we see some actual hard evidence that this is nothing more than fiction started in a mealroom, can we please just let this garbage go and resume reporting on what is truth?