It all reminds me of Newcastle.
> On 12 Nov 2017, at 8:18 am, Matthew Geiermatthew@... [TramsDownUnder] TramsDownUnder@...> wrote:
> On 12/11/17 09:02,prescottt@... [TramsDownUnder] wrote:
> > Nothing is surprising in NSW. Well, that would get rid of IWLR's only
> > high-capacity terminus. They'll need to make the new one a
> > single-track stub to stop patronage getting out of hand. It fits with
> > the usual longstanding public transport agenda in NSW of kneecapping
> > any public transport service that threatens to become too popular and
> > therefore cost too much to run.
> I used the tram last night to get from Leichhardt to Central last night.
> The tram arrived (at 10pm mind you) at Leichhardt with a decent load
> already. At Star City it loaded to fairly heavy standing load.
> At central 99% of those passengers went STRAIGHT into the 'grand concourse..
> Yep, this is NSW, can have the service being too convenient for
> passengers, they might use it too much. Take an undercover interchange
> that already is a bit far from the suburban platforms most people would
> be changing to and put it twice as far away out in the street. Yep
> that's in improvident in service, NSW style, where 'service
> improvements' are for the developers, not the transport users.