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There is indeed a need for much better local bus services, as there is not much of a real customer-friendly bus service at the moment. But I probably won't still be around to see it! Black Hoppers Chief Train Controller. So if they want to see ANY infrastructure apart from the Pacific Highway they need to be more pragmatic how they vote. I'm inclined to agree, Petan. The Study specifically mentions the lack of a viable freight-carrying task both at present and in the projected future as a reason for non-viability. Watson Chief Commissioner. Still booked "Out Of Service". And as well as being inland, it's a not a major centre, having a population of around 10, There are bus companies up and down the area, at Tweed, Murwillumbah, Brunswick Heads, Ballina and Lismore, just to name a few. There was recognition that a quality bus network would best meet public transport needs, particularly for disadvantaged people and tourists, and relieve growing congestion in Tweed Heads and Byron Bay. Posted: 23 Apr Location: Up the road from Gulgong. All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. Pretty much the nail in in the coffin for this line now Location: North of the border! The problem I see as someone who lives nowhere near the centre of the action is that Casino is not well-placed as a hub for Northern Rivers coaches, as it's quite inland. Posted: 23 Apr Last edited by Xgentric on 23 Apr ; edited 2 times in total. No wonder it would cost million after all the nerds did their fancy cover page reports there wouldn't be much left. My thoughts were that there may be new but interested members who weren't familiar with all the previous aging posts? Much of the track is not in all that bad condition. Xgentric Chief Commissioner. They would probably need to be subsidised, as the local private companies don't really provide all that regular services. Location: newy. Federal Govt may be interested in assisting I think one of the Federal seats up there is marginal Labor. It should never of been allowed to fall into disrepair. The report found that even if this money was spent the line still would not serve the major growth corridor between Lismore, Ballina, Byron Bay and the Tweed district, and would not help people to directly access health, education and social services. I really doubt if some of the diehards ever comprehended the factual remarks several knowledgeable folk offered last time. Each time the same points are repeated over and over again, including the factual, emotional and downright fantasy land suggestions and myths. I'm reading the Study tonight, and so far I haven't read anything new. Having read it all before and agree with most of the line being closed, I now wonder what would happen if somehow in the future a private company found coal or other products which would bring in money into the Govts purse. Yep and that would be socialism The state won't give a Gonski unless the Feds gave a Gonski however some short railway line in one part of NSW is hardly on this state's let alone the national agenda.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Posted: 24 Apr Posted: 25 Apr Location: At a Station near You! There is apparently a page thread on this very topic, but I've never managed to find it. I am not suggesting anything underhand deal but if the powers to be can see a future for them and heavens forbid something good to come to the area then it's a different ball game - but I'm dreaming again am I not. I'll point out, though, that while it's true that the XPT a decade ago served requirements better than a messy coach network operating to outdated practices, it might not be the "best" way to serve passengers now. Posted: 24 Apr Last edited by boromisa on 24 Apr ; edited 1 time in total. This was expected by me!.. Everyone is winning. The Murwillumbah XPT satisfied the existing transport needs very well, and it was the most popular and cost-effective i. I refuse the argument that railways need to be profitable to be viable. And the drivers aren't equipped to accept fares, requiring pre-booked tickets. Location: Sydney. Location: Waiting to see a zebra using a zebra crossing! Did someone suggest the line is closed? The study found that the rail line would not meet current or future transport needs and there was no commercial demand for it to be reinstated to carry freight. Junction box Chief Commissioner. And Countrylink buses should be allowed to pick up and set down passengers between Countrylink's existing stops. Which is no surprise! Casino to Murwillumbah line to remain closed About this thread. Read the report. By and large, it is a politely-worded repetition of what we already know, all the way down to noting that the majority of potential users being concession holders. At the moment they aren't permitted to allow trips of under 40 km, I think it is. Naturally, but it is worth noting that this also leads to poor coordination of timetabling, one issue among many raised in the Study. Media Release Transport Study. Fair enough high speed train to West Wyalong is not possible, but this area is full of tourist and has a quite healthy population. I'm now going to wait for proposals to build a new line to serve the requirements of the area! As for the resolution I think actually the best thing for the local communities to look at possibility of reopening the line themselves. A new line would probably follow the coast, starting at Coolangatta Airport linking with QR's planned line , then Kingscliff and coastal centres, Byron Bay, linking with Ballina which used to have a branch line many years ago , and then across to Lismore. I agree about the buses, Xgentric , and your solution offered appears to satisfy the requirements without using rail. Location: Banned. Disappointing, but predictable. Lismore and Ballina buses to Lismore provided quite a proportion of passengers as did the Gold Coast and Brisbane - but their passengers don't vote in NSW. As for the report I encourage you to go and have a look at the track assessment. A thorough engineering examination carried out as part of the study confirmed that the infrastructure has deteriorated significantly. If we looked at it that way we would not have ambulance, police or fire services. The whole ball game would change. Prob not until they close the line and sell the land! The study recommends investigating improving bus services to provide more people with frequent, cost effective public transport to key destinations, rather than reinstating the rail line. You're not dreaming. The biggest problem is that this line sits in a number of safe National electorates. And I wouldn't be surprised, if in decades to come, when they might think about a new railway, they might wish they had preserved what the previously had? After all they are using services of Jeff Kenneth who killed the most of country railways in Victoria. Being private companies, they are constrained to balance services against potential profits and costs. The issue is that the governments do not want to have responsibility for anything! There is a map of how much they actually inspected and it's not a lot! Yes paging the experts on all things rail your thread is now open again. How much would it costs to do a proper assessment? Posted: 23 Apr Last edited by Watson on 23 Apr ; edited 1 time in total. Contract it out to your private sector mates, get a free lunch and few donations for your party. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Subscribers: a6et , james. They got the result they wanted. It's a public service, it's an investment in the community. Someone will the search skills could probably tell us how many times this Casino Murwillumbah Ballina rail topic has been previously discussed on Railpage. Except the punter. Let me guess, they have no money to fix the track, the state is broke and so are the Feds. They never do. Location: Live next door to half-bar. Location: Fully reclined at the pointy end. No one could have reasonably expected that these people will re-open the line. This I agree with, as it would serve what has been delineated as the growth corridor for the Northern Rivers region; this would allow connections to the QR network, offering a more worthwhile set of intermediate destinations than mere Kyogle on the way to Brisbane. It's not a viable proposition. Any government tends to cut services in safe electorates and not to open new services, re-open the closed, etc. View mobile site Stats for nerds. But will this subject now go away? To improve bus services, the study recommends investigating: running more frequent services on five routes changing other routes to include key destinations such as education campuses and hospitals introducing new express services on the Pacific and Bruxner Highways improving timetable integration between services, and improving passenger information. Govts can change their minds as it's been done in the past.