I’ve written about broken Myki gates before, but the other day I found an example of evolution in action. In the early days of the Myki rollout, defective ticket barriers were blocked with the same ‘No Entry’ signs used to close off defective sets of escalators. As Myki failures increased, new ‘Temporary Unavailable’ flags in […]
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For all of the things that Myki has managed to screw up, there is one positive outcome from the implementation of the new ticketing system – the ability to pre-purchase V/Line tickets ahead of time. So what did V/Line passengers have to put up with before?