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Transport Troubles

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Public transport in Melbourne is unreliable and overcrowded. 

#TransportTroubles will crowdsource evidence of public transport problems so that the Premier cannot ignore these issues any longer. Melbourne needs more investment in infrastructure such asstate-of-the-art high capacity signalling, Airport rail link and extended tram lines.

So, can you share what’s wrong with your train, tram and/or bus service to help keep Melbourne liveable?

The Map

Please use this map to find your spot/where you are in Melbourne and tell us your #TransportTroubles.

To add a new Spot simply follow these steps:
1. Click the big Add a Spot button.
2. Drag the map to position the icon at your location.
3. Complete the form that pops up and press submit.

Add as many Spots to map as you like! You can also comment or support other peoples spots by clicking the ‘Support’ button. Visit the Transport Troubles Website for more information.

How This Will Help

As your representative for Melbourne, I will keep fighting to make the Government deliver on their public transport promises for our community. But we need your help.

My Victorian Greens colleagues and I will work hard for public transport services that get you where you want to go, when you want to go. 

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