Stop Westconnex campaigners today occupied the NSW Department of Planning and Environment building in Pitt Street, Sydney, calling on the Department to reject the Environmental Impact Statement for Stage 3 of the Westconnex tollway network.
Stage 3 WestCONnex consists of twin tunnels between St Peters and Haberfield and Rozelle, several massive construction sites and a huge three level interchange at Rozelle.
RESIDENTS will be holding a protest at Sydney Park at the corner Campbell Rd and Euston Rd from 7am on Saturday, when WestCONnex contractors plan to destroy more trees for the St Peters Interchange.Read more
HUNDREDS of residents attended a snap rally in Alexandria on Saturday to call on Premier Gladys Berejiklian to halt plans to turn Euston Rd into a seven-lane highway as part of work for the WestCONnex St Peters Interchange.Read more
WESTCONNEX contractors were forced to abandon construction works in Sydney Park twice this morning after failing to produce any authorisation for the work when asked by residents.Read more
WestCONnex Action Group's Janet Dandy-Ward spoke to Radio Skid Row's Col Hesse on 22 December 2016 about the year of protest against the Baird government's destructive tollway, and how the fight against WestCONnex continues to build. Have a listen.Read more
HUNDREDS of people attended a snap rally in Sydney Park this morning to protest the Baird Government’s planned destruction of hundreds of trees there for the WestCONnex tollway.Read more
HUNDREDS of people are expected to attend the WestCONnex Action Group (WAG)’s latest event, WestCONnex: Driving Sydney to Destruction, in Sydney Park on Sunday.Read more
WESTCONNEX Action Group welcomed the release of a new independent review of the WestConnex business case, which confirmed the $16.8 billion toll road would be unlikely to recover its cost or ease traffic congestion.Read more