What would happen if public transport use grew faster?

Even with bullish projections for public transport growth, cars look set to remain the dominant mode in Australian cities. Much closer attention must be given to tackling motoring directly

What would happen if public transport use grew faster?


One Comment on “What would happen if public transport use grew faster?”

  1. Horst Kayak says:

    The question could be reframed by asking which suburbs in the Melbourne metropolis (MSD), (or in Sydney) have the potential to generate significant increases in PT trips by the census year 2051?
    Several existing tram route catchments in the inner MSD already carry crush loads and are at capacity. However, the Metro system will possibly generate significant increases in trip generation from the few suburbs the improved Metro Rail will serve more effectively.
    Averaged out Metropolitan-wide significant increases in PT trips is dream stuff.


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