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About NoW (NoWestconnex) Public Transport

NoW (NoWestConnex) Public Transport is a coalition of community groups working to protect our suburbs and environment and promote real solutions for active and public transport. Affiliated groups include Wolli Creek Preservation Society and EcoTransit. Other groups include WestCon Community Action Groups (Haberfield and Ashfield, and Concord and Strathfield chapters), and Save Ashfield Park. These community groups have formed an incorporated association called NoW Public Transport.

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Stop WestConnex, 33km of toll road destruction planned for Sydney.

No Westconnex: Public Transport is an alliance of groups and individuals from across Sydney campaigning against the WestConnex toll roads and in favour of public transport solutions.

About NoW (NoWestconnex) Public Transport

NoW (NoWestConnex) Public Transport is a coalition of community groups working to protect our suburbs and environment and promote real solutions for active and public transport. Affiliated groups include Wolli Creek Preservation Society and EcoTransit. Other groups include WestCon Community Action Groups (Haberfield and Ashfield, and Concord and Strathfield chapters), and Save Ashfield Park. These community groups have formed an incorporated association called NoW Public Transport.

- See more at: http://westconnex.info/about/#sthash.NrJEkNzM.dpuf
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    Help Campaign in Penrith

    We're taking the fight to Stuart Ayres - Minister for WestCONnex and Western Sydney Tolls. Can you help out by joining us on a stall in Penrith. We'll be there every weekend collecting signatures on our No M4 Toll! petition

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    Blog: WestCONnex poised to destroy Euston Road

    You might remember a few weeks back I did a post on the plight of the residents of Euston Rd Alexandria. A seven lane highway will be built just 1.8 metres from this block of apartments. That post was about an afternoon wrapping the trees threatened by WestCONnex. Since then fences have enclosed the trees and we hear they will be destroyed on Wednesday the 26th from 7am…… Continue reading... Speeches by Lord Mayor Clover Moore, Jamie Parker MP for Balmain, Cr Jess Miller and local resident Paul Davies. MC'd by Rhea Liebmann from Westconnex Action Group, watch the video. Local residents gather on Euston Rd next to the site where a 7 lane highway is due to pass within 1.8 meters of people's homes
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    Blog: Penrith Rally at Tolls Inquiry

    About a dozen protesters turned up to Penrith Library yesterday to oppose the NSW government's plan to charge Western Sydney residents $75 a week in tolls to access Inner Sydney. We need public transport, not another toll road to a traffic jam.  Watch the video
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    Media Release: Leichhardt Against Westonnex (LAW)

    Media Release: Leichhardt Residents and Inner West Council Reject both M4-M5 ‘Dive’ sites For more information contact LAW spokesperson Jennifer Aaron on 0418 440 653 or Catherine Gemmell on 0417 293 250.      
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    Media Release: No WestConnex Statement on the Resignation of Premier Baird

    No WestConnex: Public Transport welcomes the news that NSW Premier Mike Baird will resign from Parliament. His resignation shows the strength of the many grass-roots campaigners fighting against his government's destructive policies. These include forced council amalgamations, the backflip on the greyhound ban, senseless privatisations and of course the WestConnex private toll road, among many others.
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  • Upcoming events

    Disconnex: Reframing Resistence

    When: Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at 06:00 PM through July 09, 2017
    Where: Chrissie Cotter Gallery in Camperdown, Australia

    An exhibition showcasing salvaged heritage items from homes destroyed due to WestCONnex; in tandem with films, photographs, placards and costumes that creatively challenge the displacement caused to communities across Sydney by the spreading network of tollways. 

    Opening night 28 June 6-8pm

    Regular opening hours 11am-4pm Thursday's to Sunday's

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