Melbourne’s trains haven’t always been the most accessible for wheelchair and scooter users, but Metro Trains has made some recent changes – some of which seem a little odd. Public Transport Victoria has this to say on their website: The driver will help you board the train by placing a ramp between the platform and […]
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When the promise was made to post two Protective Services Officers to every railway station in Melbourne, the intent was to make passengers feel safe at night time. So why are PSOs now turning into glorified parking inspectors?
Last week I looked at the frequently failing escalators at North Melbourne Station, which raises the question – what is causing them to break down so often?