ISPUT Daily Visit Statistics And Page Views

ISPUT Daily Visit Statistics And Page Views

ISPUT Daily Visits And Page Views Over Last 30 Days

Victor P Taffa

3 Visits For 31 March 2020 With Day Incomplete

537 Total Visits Over Last 30 Days

700 Total Page Views Over Last 30 Days

Period 1 March 2020-31 March 2020

Visits for 31 March 2020 are 3 With Day Incomplete.

Visits for 30 March 2020 were 10.

Visits for 29 March 2020 were 13.

Visits for 28 March 2020 were 16.

Visits for 27 March 2020 were 9.

Visits for 26 March 2020 were 13.

Visits for 25 March 2020 were 8.

Visits for 24 March 2020 were 12.

Visits for 23 March 2020 were 18.

Visits for 22 March 2020 were 17.

Visits for 21 March 2020 were 13.

Visits for 20 March 2020 were 16.

Visits for 19 March 2020 were 12.

Visits for 18 March 2020 were 24.

Visits for 17 March 2020 were 14.

Visits for 16 March 2020 were 20.

Visits for 15 March 2020 were 23.

Visits for 14 March 2020 were 38.

Visits for 13 March 2020 were 18.

Visits for 12 March 2020 were 7.

Visits for 11 March 2020 were 3.

Visits for 10 March 2020 were 5.

Visits for 09 March 2020 were 7.

Visits for 08 March 2020 were 11.

Visits for 07 March 2020 were 11.

Visits for 06 March 2020 were 18.

Visits for 05 March 2020 were 33.

Visits for 04 March 2020 were 25.

Visits for 03 March 2020 were 33.

Visits for 02 March 2020 were 30.

Visits for 01 March 2020 were 38.

Country Visits % Visits or now called Sessions

  1. Australia-422-86.12%
  2. United States-22-4.49%
  3. United Kingdom-8-1.63%
  4. South Korea-6-1.22%
  5. Philippines-6-1.22%
  6. Canada-4-0.82%
  7. India-3-0.61%
  8. China-2-0.41%
  9. Germany-2-0.41%
  10. Denmark-2-0.41%

City Visits % Visits or now called Sessions

  1. Sydney-347-70.53%
  2. Melbourne-19-3.86%
  3. Brisbane-18-3.66%
  4. (Not Set)-16-3.25%
  5. Newcastle-10-2.03%
  6. Canberra-5-1.02%
  7. Central Coast-5-1.02%
  8. Perth-5-1.02%
  9. Ashburn-4-0.81%
  10. Wollongong-3-0.61%
  11. London-3-0.61%
  12. Coffeyville-3-0.61%
  13. Toronto-2-0.41%
  14. Aalborg-2-0.41%
  15. Olongapo-2-0.41%
  16. Chicago-2-0.41%
  17. Calasiao-2-0.41%
  18. Maitland-1-0.20%
  19. Mackay-1-0.20%
  20. Toowoomba-1-0.20%
  21. Adelaide-1-0.20%
  22. Gold Coast-1-0.20%
  23. Revelstoke-1-0.20%
  24. Markham-1-0.20%
  25. Zhengzhou-1-0.20%
  • Readership Statistics compiled by Google Analytics
  • Statistics indicates where an article is logged onto
  • Visits and Page Views for Cities and Countries are available beyond the Top 25

Last 7 Days Viewing Habits Of ISPUT Readers

  • Desktop is 70.5%
  • Mobile is 22.7%
  • Tablet is 6.8%
  • Total is 100.0%

Explanatory Notes:

  • As there are 3 means of viewing TST total viewing habits must equal 100%.
  • Rounding of figures is a practice used by accountants.
  • Visit Statistics and Page Views are not rounded as they do not equal 100%.
  • Country and City as listed above is a percentage of total overall Visits.

 

ISPUT Website (Improve Sydney Public Transport) Contains And Supports:

  • Train Drivers and Guards manning every Train for the safety of all passengers,
  • Heavy Rail that connects with all other lines,
  • 3 Light Rail routes,
  • Bradfield Line with Double Track connection to Eastern Suburbs Line,
  • Additional Platforms at Hornsby, St. Leonards and North Strathfield Railway Stations,
  • Sydney Harbour Heavy Rail Tunnel for HSR services to Brisbane and Gympie.

National Network Page

National Network Page supports Capital City-Capital City High Speed Rail aka Japan’s Bullet Train at 500 km/h.

National Network Page supports a Roll-on roll-off Rail Ferry across Bass Strait.

Australia’s National Party supports Inland Rail between Melbourne-Brisbane. Capital City-Capital City High Speed Rail at 500 Km/h will be no worse for everyone.

Cattle will be safer with High Speed Rail as it will not be possible to simply wander aimlessly across a 4 Track Rail Corridor.

Water pipelines will also be built alongside the 4 Track High Speed Rail Corridor for access to water and a natural flow of water.

All Railway Level Crossings will become road overpasses along every 4 Track High Speed Rail Corridor.

Sydney Planning Commission

Sydney Planning Commission supports a driverless train for Sydney and abolition of Heavy Rail.

Railway Interchanges work against the interest of commuters and an efficient single Heavy Rail network.

Policy of conversion of Heavy Railway Lines in Carlingford and Newcastle only serves to provide a disjointed and ineffective transport network.

Building a driverless railway just to justify building multi-storey blocks of units is not good planning policy as much as branch railway lines that do not connect to other railway lines.

Commuters need to be Front and Centre of decision making and as such Sydney only needs 1 single expanded Heavy Rail network.

Heavy Rail expansion must be continual and gradual and not just focus on building one railway line only.

Planned Metro Railway Station at Victoria Cross, North Sydney needs to have stair, escalator and lift access to the street and not just lift access as has been announced.

In the event of a fire or emergency, it is unsafe to have only lift access to the street.

Repeal Metro Rail Authority Act

Metro Rail Authority Act needs to be repealed by the New South Wales Parliament which enables just 1 single Heavy Rail network to operate for the maximum benefit of commuters.

In 1984, Victor P Taffa rode on a Driverless Train in the United States and is no better than Sydney’s Heavy Rail Trains.

Railway Administration

Currently we have a bureaucratic fight going on between the Metro Rail Authority and Sydney Trains. Metro Rail Authority should be dissolved and the Metro Rail Authority Act repealed. Sydney only needs 1 single Heavy Rail Network administered by the same team of people.

Sydney only needed 1 single Heavy Rail Network during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games which moved large numbers of people safely and successfully.

  • Sydney Heavy Rail Trains moves 1.2 Million people every weekday.
  • 8 Car Double Deck Train moves 1,000 people safely.

Railway Funding

Transport funding needs to be equivalent to Health and Education in all Federal, State and Territory Governments across Australia.

Railways and Tramways are underfunded and have failed to keep pace with population growth over several decades. Funding also involves the following sources:

  • Railways Lottery
  • Restaurant/Lounge Carriages (Expanded network enables greater capacity)
  • Railway Bonds

Newcastle Railway Line

Rebuild the Newcastle Railway Line underground with rubber mixed in with concrete. This allows for movement as Newcastle is on an earthquake plate. Newcastle suffered a major earthquake of 5.6 on the Richter magnitude scale on 28 December 1989 which resulted in damage to buildings and deaths to 13 people and injuries to 160 people.

Mixing rubber with concrete is a practice done in Japan which also suffers from many earthquakes.

Newcastle Railway Line would be underground from Hamilton Junction to a point near Newcastle Railway Station whereby the line would emerge above ground to then serve Newcastle Railway Station.

Grade of line would be no steeper than that of the Epping-Chatswood Railway Line in Sydney.

Railway Interchange Platforms would be built directly below the Wickham Light Rail Platforms.

Western Sydney Orbital Railway Line

  • Western Sydney Orbital Line from North-West Line to Southern Line via Western Sydney Airport.

Western Sydney Orbital Railway Line will enable passengers to catch the same train when boarding at Chatswood and Macquarie Park to go to Western Sydney Airport.

Western Sydney Orbital Railway Line is a plan that Victor P Taffa lodged in a Public Submission as part of a Federal Government EIS for Western Sydney Airport Transport needs.

Western Sydney Orbital Railway Line needs to be operational when the new Airport opens. Sydney had to have the Airport Railway Line opened before the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games opening ceremony and similarly a railway line needs to be opened from Day 1 of Western Sydney Airport operations.

Western Sydney hosted many Olympic Games events during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and as such the Western Sydney Orbital Railway Line needs to be in operation from Day 1 of Airport Operations.

However, for workers constructing the new Airport and residents living in proximity to the new Transport facility the Western Sydney Orbital Railway Line needs to be operational before Day 1 of Airport operations.

On Heavy Rail Standard Gauge Tracks and with fast signalling the Western Sydney Orbital Railway Line will run from the North-West Line to Southern Line via Ropes Creek Line (Rebuilt) and Western Sydney Airport.

Western Sydney Airport will be a new Transport facility. However, this does not remove the need for Capital City-Capital City High Speed Rail train operating at 500 km/h.

Features of Western Sydney Orbital Railway Line Include:

  • North West Heavy Rail services to Southern Line via Western Sydney Airport,
  • Rebuild Ropes Creek Line and connect to North West Line at Riverstone,
  • Commence Richmond-Epping via Castle Hill service
  • Install Double Track Diamond Junction at North West/Richmond Lines Junction,
  • Install Double Track Rail Overpass at North West/Richmond Lines Junction,
  • Install Double Track Sets of Points at Vineyard,
  • Install Double Track Diamond Junction at St. Marys,
  • Install Double Track Rail Overpass at St. Marys to Western Sydney Airport,
  • Install Double Track Y Link for South West Line/Southern Line Junction.

Abbreviations:

ISPUT             Improve Sydney Public Transport

EIS                  Environmental Impact Statement

HSR                High Speed Rail