Re: Brisbane residents ditch public transport and get back in their cars
  Mal Rowe

On 14/05/2018 11:46 AM, Prescott wrote:

> I've done quite a bit of analysis of the 2016 census (as well as using

> the excellent Charting Transport site) and I find that when you narrow

> down to the actual central local government area or the "suburb" in

> which the city centre is located, the picture you get (in rounded

> figures or close approximations where the parameters vary slightly) of

> all-day public transport journeys to those centres are, in order:

>  Melbourne 38%, Sydney 35%, Perth 26%, Brisbane 16%, Adelaide 12%,

> Wollongong 11%, Geelong 8%, Canberra 7%, Darwin 7%, Hobart 5%,

> Newcastle 4%, Gold Coast 4%.


Thanks Tony - you have made me a little happier!
I'm sure that there is a lot of 'unlogged' park and ride using Melbourne
trams - including people who park in public streets near where I live
(about 8km from the centre) every day and get on the tram at 'my stop'.

Mal Rowe - retired but active commuter