Cars & Transportation

Is the public transport in your country town adequate?

Cars & Transportation

Posted by: Jeollie

6th Feb 2024 01:55am

I’m from an area where we’re classed as a city but our public transport is far from adequate, for the size of the main city and the surrounding smaller townships. We only have bus as a mode of transport surrounding the area and a limited bus service to our capital city - Melbourne. If you want to go on public transport to interstate cities- it’s just not available from here!
What should our public transport offer? Should we be able to travel most places certain times of the day? Or should we just have to work with the school bus runs and get to different places only when it’s offered- which is less than adequate here. I’m from northern Victoria where I live in a border town area. What’s the public transport in your area and does it include more than one mode? Ie- bus, train etc.

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