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Drugs and vandalism on the public transport network have skyrocketed across NSW with some regions experiencing a fourfold rise in offences over the past year.
Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research data has revealed the suburbs with the worst-behaved commuters.
Hot spots for problems on buses and trains include the Northern Beaches, Sydney CBD, Western Sydney and Sutherland Shire.
However, Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Ryde and the city CBD were the areas most prone to bus vandalism, the data reveals.
The Sydney CBD, Ryde and Western Sydney are among those areas likely to have a high rate of public transport vandalism. Picture: Kylie ElseThe Northern Beaches government area jumped from nine to 47 incidents last year, an increase that's four times the number of malicious damage offences in 2018.
This article first appeared on www.dailytelegraph.com.au
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