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Locals have embraced light rail with high patronage numbers and positive feedback from Canberrans in the first six months of service.
“More than 15,000 people use light rail every day with patronage at levels not expected until 2021. In the past six months we have recorded over 2.2 million light rail passenger trips,” Minister for Transport Chris Steel said.
“We want to build on the success of stage one to bring light rail to Woden, making it easier for Canberrans to get around our city.”
Canberra Metro Operations conducted a customer satisfaction survey with really positive results showing that Canberrans have embraced the change to our city.
The survey found that 45% of those who use the service use it daily, with 72% using it weekly. Around 50% of participants in the survey said they used the service to get to work, school or university.
This article first appeared on www.miragenews.com
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