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Melbourne's afternoon journey is getting worse for many thousands of passengers crammed into trains trying to get home.
While the number of trains overcrowded in the morning peak has actually dropped, the afternoon peak remains a worry for passengers, Metro Trains and the government.
One in 10 passengers in the afternoon rush suffer on trains that are packed shoulder to shoulder.
Latest figures show about 10 per cent of people travel on trains packed with more than 900 passengers.
Melbourne's afternoon journey is getting worse for many thousands of passengers crammed into trains. Credit: 7NEWSThe afternoon peak is worst, averaging 20 overloaded trains, which is five more than last year.
The morning rush averages 19 crowded trains, which is six fewer than in 2018.
The worst train line for standing-room-only conditions is Craigieburn, followed by Sunbury and Werribee.
The worst train line for standing-room-only conditions is Craigieburn, followed by Sunbury and Werribee. Credit: 7NEWS"They're packed in like sardines and it just gets everyone's day off to a shocking start," Opposition Leader Michael O'Brien said.
This article first appeared on 7news.com.au
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