Tell Corey Wingard to SAVE OUR TRAINS

Tell Corey Wingard to SAVE OUR TRAINS

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The South Australian Government’s train privatisation process has gone completely off the rails.  It’s so bad that they’ve had to promise a $1 million ‘loser’s fee’ to keep companies interested in taking on the contract. 

Not even private companies think that privatising Adelaide Metro is a good idea! 

The Transport Minister Corey Wingard has an opportunity to stop this fiasco before it’s too late.  But will he stand up and do the right thing for the people of South Australia?

Tell Corey Wingard to stop the sell-off and save out trains!

 

The South Australian Government’s train privatisation process has gone completely off the rails.  It’s so bad that they’ve had to promise a $1 million ‘loser’s fee’ to keep companies interested in taking on the contract. 

Not even private companies think that privatising Adelaide Metro is a good idea! 

The Transport Minister Corey Wingard has an opportunity to stop this fiasco before it’s too late.  But will he stand up and do the right thing for the people of South Australia?

Tell Corey Wingard to stop the sell-off and save out trains!

 

Email Corey Wingard MP

The South Australian Government’s train privatisation process has gone completely off the rails.  It’s so bad that they’ve had to promise a $1 million ‘loser’s fee’ to keep companies interested in taking on the contract. The Government must abandon the privatisation process before it's too late.

This is our last chance to keep our trains in public hands.

Let Transport Minister Corey know how important your train services are to you!

 

 

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