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Melbourne trains will compensate passengers the expense of one ticket if they were caught up in travel chaos over the month of June.
Last month, Metro Trains delivered 88.3 per cent punctuality, well under its target of 92 per cent.
The sub-90 per cent performance result means eligible passengers will be able to apply for the cost of one daily ticket through the Metro website.
To be eligible, commuters must have a valid Myki that was used on at least 10 days in June of this year.
Last month, Metro Trains delivered 88.3 per cent punctuality, well under its target of 92 per cent.Image: AAPThose seeking a refund have until the end of July and approved claims will be uploaded to their Myki.
A number of incidents contributed to the punctuality result, including an overhead power issue near Aircraft station on June 3 and a collision between a train and car near Mentone station on June 12.
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Trains were also delayed with over 100 incidents involving ill passengers who required medical assistance. This was more than double the amount recorded in June 2018 and the highest in three years.
This article first appeared on 7news.com.au
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