2011 Residents' Association

Residents of Kings Cross, Potts Point, Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay and Woolloomooloo

311 bus campaign – recent media in the SMH and Channel 10 – next steps

Media stories about the proposed bus service changes

On 22 April 2009 the Sydney Morning Herald ran a story by Andrew West on the proposed changes to the 311 bus service:
Elderly and disabled could be left stranded by bus changes – Sydney Morning Herald – News Blog

In addition, Channel 10 ran a story on the proposed changes on its 5pm news on 22 April 2009. A great piece that we would like to put on the web. Will link to it if possible.

The Wentworth Courier and Central Courier are continuing to run stories:
22 April 2009 – 311 Bus is our lifeline, say Elizabeth Bay residents Wentworth Courier

Write letter and sign our petitions

We are asking people to continue to write letters to senior public servants and politicians – see here for contact details.

We are also asking people to download and print out our 311 bus petition which we will seek to be presented to Parliament when it sits in May. We ask people to ask people in their buildings to sign it. (Note that the petition linked to has 19 pages – you only need print out the first and second pages and photocopy copies of the second.)

Please mail signed petitions back to us at:
311 bus petition
2011 Residents Association
PO Box 183
POTTS POINT NSW 1335

Hop on the bus action – 22 April

We held a “hop on the 311 bus” action on 22 April, for which we invited the Minister for Transport (David Campbell) to “hop on the bus” and see the impact of the proposed changes to the 311 service for himself. He didn’t join us, and we rode the bus to the city, where we held an impromptu rally outside Governor Macquarie Tower just before 9am. A representative of the Minister refused to meet with us, as everyone in the Minister’s office was in a meeting.

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