Monthly Archives: October 2011

Media links…

Alternative Media Group info: http://www.altmedia.net.au/tram-study-making-tracks/38948 Proposal information: http://stc.stc.com.au/14_july_-_light_rail_proposal.html?type=news&/section/3944   UNSW LIGHTRAIL PLAN: (with media contact) http://www.unsw.edu.au/news/pad/articles/2011/jul/light_rail_study.html ATC STUDY: ROYAL RANDWICK RACECLUB- http://www.royalrandwick.com/media-room/media-releases/details.aspx?r=160 Advertisements

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Our Strategy

Strategy Our strategy is to engage UNSW students in an information campaign via a range of social media tools which, together, form a cohesive network for discussion, involvement, and even as just a centre to keep track of the Light … Continue reading

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The City Traveller

SMH.COM The Coalition policy, citing data from the Gold Coast light rail project, says trams can carry 10,000 passengers an hour, giving them more capacity than buses.   Randwick council, UNSW, the Australian Turf Club and three hospitals in Randwick … Continue reading

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So let’s narrow it down…..

Our wiki site: (WIKI SITE) details all the specifics regarding our campaign.. within this we have narrowed down 3 main factors that have a strong influence on the possible solutions to the problem: 1. Feasibility of the Light Rail system … Continue reading

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Data to talk about..

Data taken from http://www.lightrailtorandwick.com.au/: 11,000 Randwick City residents commute to central Sydney every workday 42,000 students attend UNSW 13,200 people work at local hospitals and UNSW 400,000 people attend races at Royal Randwick Racecourse each year 1.1 million people watch … Continue reading

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WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT…

So, here is a little information about the Light Rail to Randwick and why we are so interested and also, to some degree, concerned… First of all: What is the problem?   There is a general lack of awareness surrounding … Continue reading

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