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2019 Government Businesses Scrutiny Committee - Metro

Full transcript of the Metro Tasmania Pty Ltd hearings in the 2019 Government Businesses Scrutiny Committee.

Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Parliamentary Activity  |  4 Dec 2019

Free Metro Travel for Tertiary Students

The Tasmanian Greens want bus travelfor Tertiary Students on Metro Tasmania services to be free.

Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Policies  |  19 Feb 2018

Government Tinkering on Traffic Congestion

While encouraging the use of Metro transport through a three week free fare trial is a sound enough initiative, congestion in and around greater Hobart will only be marginally improved by the Liberals' announcement.

Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Media Release  |  28 Jan 2017

Public Transport for all Tasmanians

Public transport is a critical issue for many disadvantaged Tasmanians.

Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Parliamentary Activity  |  27 Oct 2016

State Service Public Transport Investment Needed

Government investment in public transport is needed if we are to make routes more viable and reduce traffic.

Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Media Release  |  24 Oct 2016

Public Transport Investment Long Term Hobart Traffic Fix

Hobart's traffic woes will only be remedied sustainably for the long term if all three tiers of government make a commitment to investing in public transport infrastructure, including more buses to more routes, Light Rail, cycleways and...

Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Media Release  |  7 Apr 2016

Metro the Solution to Gridlock

This is how the Metro changes have affected not only Judy's life, but the lives of a number of people who live in Denison.

Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Parliamentary Activity  |  7 Apr 2016

TrafficTalkfest Not Enough

A Community forum is a good start, but Minister Hidding needs more than a talkfest if he wants a proper fix for Hobart’s traffic chaos.

Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Media Release  |  26 Feb 2016

Appointments Welcome, Still No GBE Gender Balance

The announcement today of two new women appointed to the Board of the Motor Accidents Insurance Board (MAIB) is a welcome step forward, but Tasmania's state owned businesses still perform poorly on gender equality.

Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Media Release  |  1 Dec 2015