Fix My Ride

Our rail and public transport networks are crying out for investment, but the Federal Government is failing to build the transport infrastructure we desperately need. This Federal election, tell Australia's politicians to #FixMyRide.

Fix_My_Ride.jpgAre you sick and tired of long hours commuting to and from work?

Do you wish you had access to more convenient and reliable public transport services?

Are you frustrated that Governments find billions to spend on roads but rail and public transport is constantly overlooked?

Do you think it's time for the Federal Government to start treating rail public transport seriously?

Well here's you chance to have your say!

This Federal election, we're getting together to tell our politicians to #FixMyRide because transport congestion is a dead weight on the national economy, and it requires a national solution. That's why we need our national politicians to take action, and to start investing in better rail and public transport networks.

We're calling on politicians from all parties to deliver better rail and public transport infrastructure so we can all have a better ride.

Where do the major parties stand?

Sign the #FixMyRide petition!

Take Action: post a #FixMyRide selfie

Read the RTBU's transport infrastructure platform: Investing in Australia's Transport Future

Read the RTBU's industrial relations platform: Putting Fairness Back into the Fair Work Act


Transport workers call for $30bn transport fund

The RTBU today released its election manifesto, Investing in Australia’s Transport Future, outlining the union’s transport infrastructure priorities around the country.

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Transport workers declare National Day of Action

Rail and public transport workers have taken their #FixMyRide campaign to the streets today, encouraging commuters to vote for better public transport on 2 July.

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Barnaby Joyce under pressure from "highly orchestrated" campaign

The RTBU spoke to Prime7 News about the National Party's failure to progress Inland Rail.

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Transport Workers out to send Barnaby Joyce Packing

The Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) has launched a campaign to unseat Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce at the Federal election – urging voters in the seat of New England to “send Barnaby packing”.

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MetroNet funding will be game-changer for Perth

Labor’s pledge to inject $1 billion into the proposed Perth MetroNet project is a game-changer for public transport for the Western Australian economy.

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AdeLINK funding lays bare Turnbull's hypocrisy in public transport

The AdeLINK tram network is a critical national transport infrastructure priority and deserves bi-partisan support, according to the Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU).

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Turnbull's 30-minute city idea lasts about 30 minutes

Malcolm Turnbull’s vision for 30-minute cities has lasted barely more than 30 minutes, with last night’s Federal Budget delivering little in new funding for new public transport projects.

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Turnbull's city strategy is all show and no dough

Australian commuters have been left stranded after Malcolm Turnbull’s much-hyped Smart Cities policy failed to deliver any new funding for any public transport projects anywhere in the country.

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Public transport projects would stimulate jobs bonanza

Investment in public transport infrastructure projects would give the Australian economy the stimulus it desperately needs.

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Rail industry up in arms over Budget

The privatisation of the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) is a backward step that will see an important part of national infrastructure that pulls in $760 million in revenue sold off to the private sector.

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PM told to put his money where his selfie-stick is

Investment in public transport is set to become a key Federal election issue following the launch of the Rail, Tram and Bus Union’s #FixMyRide campaign.

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