THE north’s only direct bus route to the city will continue running, with one local MP saying he’d “never known a local issue to cause so much genuine anger”.
TWO weeks after fearing her local route would soon be slashed and replaced with an on-demand service, Gawler commuter Pam Abbott was jubilant to hear the State Government is backing down from its proposed bus overhaul.
GAWLER bus commuters will see no changes to local services later this year, after public outcry saw the State Government scrap its controversial overhaul of Adelaide’s bus system.
THE bus services that the community and I fought so hard for in 2010 are being severely slashed in an appalling act of vandalism by the State Government that (I believe) is determined to privatise public transport services at any cost.
GAWLER Mayor Karen Redman has spoken out against proposed changes to Gawler’s local bus services, saying she was “disgusted” to hear three routes would become on-demand only.
MAJOR changes to Gawler’s local bus services, including three routes becoming on-demand only, are set to be included in a significant overhaul of Adelaide’s public transport network.
EXTRA train services and fewer carriage seats on the Gawler rail line has been introduced to stop crowding on public transport during the COVID-19 pandemic.
THE State Government has confirmed it will privatise the state’s train and tram network – which includes the Gawler line – two months after it refused to rule out the move.