The Liberal Party went to the election with the key promise to "fix public transport", accompanied by the commitment of "no more neglect in the West".

Instead they're proposing to spend billions of dollars on tollways in both the east and west. It's not value for money, it won't address traffic congestion and will burn money needed for investment in world leading public transport. 

Every survey and poll shows Victorians want money spent on public transport over roads.
Instead, the federal and state government has turned a blind eye to both the community and transport experts, and see only profits for the road lobby.
Unlike Westlink, public transport can be improved immediately. More trains, trams and buses can be added to the existing network, and upgrading the train signal system can deliver much more frequently and reliable train services for commuters.

The western suburbs community is becoming increasingly frustrated by their poor public transport. 

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