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ALERT TODAY: RTBU launching report into failing Tas transport system

Rail, Tram and Bus Union < 1 mins read

The McKell Institute and the Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) will launch a new report into Tasmania’s failing public transport system TODAY (Tuesday 27 February, 2024)

The report, titled ‘A Better Deal: Fixing Tasmania’s broken public transport system’ examines the level of access to public transport in Tasmania, and asks whether services are adequately meeting community need.

It highlights areas that are particularly under-serviced, and makes wide-ranging recommendations for improving the public transport system.

 

WHAT:

Launch of ‘A Better Deal: Fixing Tasmania’s broken public transport system’

 

WHO:

· Edward Cavanough – Executive Director, McKell Institute

· Max Douglass – Policy Analyst, McKell Institute

· Byron Cubit – Branch Secretary, RTBU Tasmania

WHERE:

RTBU Tasmania Office

Suite 5, 113 Main Road, Moonah

 

WHEN:

11am, Tuesday 27 February 2024

 


Contact details:

Byron Cubit 0400 783 022 / bcubit@rtbu.org.au

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