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g00r

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I have yet to work out what the intended outcome or purpose of posting this here is/is to be, but if anywhere, Railpage.net.au it is.

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I have been working for a V/Line preferred Coac ...

Posted 02 Jan 2019 15:15 in Melbourne suburban by g00r

[quote=mejhammers1]Yes a pecentage Travel in then out, but I bet it is in the main to inner and middle suburbs like Camberwell & Hawthorn and not to suburbs such as Cheltenham.

.... The rail loop w ...

Posted 27 Dec 2018 00:39 in Melbourne suburban by g00r

[quote=railblogger][url=/user/25187][b]@Nightfire[/b] convert the outer CityLink/Tulla Freeway lanes to bus only and build bus lanes on Dynon Road might be better?[/quote]24 hr bus lanes on Dynon Road ...

Posted 25 Dec 2018 08:16 in Melbourne suburban by g00r

Another part of this article that makes no sense (to me) is;

[i]The decision will likely raise eyebrows given the huge cost of the project and calls from Infrastructure Victoria to prioritise a che ...

[quote=ElliotProvis]The biggest joke is that the amount of money that accidents like this cause to be lost because of reduced efficiency are never regained. What they really should do is calculate the ...

But then factor in Murphy's Law, all that buffering against a head on collision, only for a truck/bus to roll in to the side and open our shiney new toy like a can of sard...uhh wood lathe

If anyone has the time, data and inclination, it would be interesting to see these works plotted on a horizontal time line graph - to see how much overlap between individual projects there was.

Where Melbourne sparks in the past were relatively empty during the off-peak, nowadays its common for most trains to be carrying a decent load throughout most of the day.

Unless you're completely con ...

Posted 30 Oct 2018 19:19 in Victoria by g00r

[quote=mejhammers1][url=/user/77302][b]@Lockie91[/b] call me ignorant all you want. If you want to go gaga over a scheme that will cost $50 billion and climbing go ahead. This is Victoria I have seen ...

Not to jinx things, but I guess the clock also starts on who can tag this shiny new asset with their indecipherable dribble first, also begins

Posted 25 Oct 2018 08:49 in Victoria by g00r

[quote=potatoinmymouth]As I understand it PTV are responsible for coordinating planned bus replacements these days in order to get a more holistic approach to disruptions. They have been getting atroc ...

Hey Brenton, I think you may be getting your UPs & DOWNS confused...


DOWN is away from Melbourne.
The Vinelander


More specifically, Down is away from Flinders St.

So t ...

What is the height difference of a single vs double deck train?

And then, what is the difference in height requirement of the tunnel (factoring in width)?

[quote=railblogger][url=/user/33950][b]@Gman_86[/b] these people should know the height of the vehicle they are driving.[/quote]If you've never driven a larger vehicle before (i.e. 4.5 tonne moving va ...

Posted 27 Dec 2014 01:18 in Victoria by g00r

GPS data isn't  saved on the cards,

Only the previous 5 trips (time, date, zone)

are stored along with running balance.

I'm thinking they would have to make tram zone, zone 0.

But even so, i don't ...

Posted 25 Dec 2014 13:30 in Victoria by g00r

[quote=ZH836301]A good start, but you neglect the scale of periodical discounts against the bottom line.

I dont believe in periodicals whatsoever. Affording massive benefits to the least price elas ...

Posted 25 Dec 2014 02:40 in Victoria by g00r

Hrmm.. the price table didn't appear as expected.. Sorry

Posted 25 Dec 2014 02:39 in Victoria by g00r

I don't buy the tourist argument.  All the cities around the world I have been to, I've had to figure out the system.  Including ones where you cannot buy on board.  Just because I couldn't pay a cond ...

Unfortunate for the Brisbane person. On topic though, if caught, maybe a public flogging might be a good deterrent? The namby's might have a problem with this though!
Bullucked

I thi ...

[quote=mikesyd]I think he means a total of 6 1/2 hours - 4 1/2 on the train to SH and then on the rubber tyred one at 115kmh for the rest.

BTW, whats the speed limit for Buses these days? Those 100 ...

Posted 22 Oct 2014 20:45 in Victoria by g00r

[quote=Chidda Bang]New map

[img]https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xaf1/v/t1.0-9/10710566_10152798117437505_765504621982644489_n.jpg?oh=23798290a750633d46d0d69ad6a60084&oe=54E6DB77&_ ...

Given the number of intersections in the cbd I really doubt that it would make much of a difference if you removed every stop.

If you raced two trams, one down collins and one down Bourke, one in s ...

I'm thinking the best way would be to have myki operated boom gates.  Enter car park, you are touched on, you can't touch off on platform, only at another station/tram/bus.

When returning to statio ...

All they need to do then is bridge the gap of no service (midnight til 5 am) with hourly services to make it a 24 hr service and I may never drive to Melbourne again

Posted 04 Oct 2014 22:03 in Melbourne suburban by g00r

[quote]4. Replace entire track with super-advanced travelators. Multiple widths, with muliple speeds. Faster than the train network. Allows you to not wait for a train and to get off whereever you wan ...

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