The newly endorsed Liberal Party candidate for the State Seat of Mount Druitt, Olivia Lloyd met with Members of the Mount Druitt Commuters Group Inc, listened, learned and understood the local issues that local community members were currently facing from bus services removed at the end of 2009, to no very early morning and very late night bus services, no lifts at Rooty Hill Train Station, upgrade and expansion of both Mount Druitt Train Station due to commuter congestion at Mount Druitt train station and bus congestion at the Mount Druitt bus interchange.
Also was the included was discussed of more shared cycle ways/cycle paths to link paths from East of Blacktown LGA to the West of Mount Druitt, as funding is provided from NSW Government, after Blacktown City Council making representations to the NSW Government.
|Front Row: Lester, Anne & Christina. Middle Row: Pauline, Olivia, Joan, Allan & Mary. Top Row: Olivia's Campaign Manager & Peter|
Olivia is a resident of Colebee, a new growing suburb that will have representation in the Mount Druitt State seat and Colebee is a new sub-division for residential development. Colebee apparently has no bus services entering their streets as yet. This is confirmed by the Busways Region 1 Map.