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Call for cuts to public transport off peak costs

Sep 24, 2020 | News

This morning Rod was on 3AW talking about Infrastructure Victoria’s call to slash public transports off peak costs.

Tickets from $1.25: Plan to slash tram, bus and off-peak fares – 3AW

Melbourne’s commuters could save up to 70 per cent on public transport fees under a new plan proposed by a key state government advisory body. Infrastructure Victoria says off-peak tram and bus fares should be dropped to drive people away from crowded trains and spread demand.

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