Penrith commuters are being urged to have their say on Sydney’s rail network by participating in NRMA Motoring & Services’ inaugural Seeing Red on Rail survey.
The survey will give commuters a chance to vote on Sydney’s worst train stations and the biggest problems on trains.
The NRMA will use the results to lobby for improvements to the rail network.
NRMA Director David Bentham said the Seeing Red on Rail survey would give frustrated rail commuters the chance to tell Government what they’d like to see fixed on Sydney’s rail network.
“Many Penrith residents regularly use the Western, Richmond and Blue Mountains lines,” Mr Bentham said.
“We want commuters who regularly ride these lines to tell us about their experiences so that we can campaign for improvements.
The NRMA’s Seeing Red on Roads campaigns over the last two years have resulted in governments spending more on the roads identified in the surveys.
The survey will remain open until April 12.
Details: go to www.mynrma.com.au/seeingredonrail.
By completing the short survey commuters will go into the draw to WIN one of three iPad
minis or one of five $100 NRMA Online Shop vouchers.