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GEELONG’S train service remains the third most unreliable of Victoria’s 11 country lines, despite being more punctual in February than the month before.
Public Transport Victoria published V/Line’s performance results for February, with 82.6 per cent of services delivered on time or no later than six minutes after the scheduled arrival time.
The result was slightly higher for the Geelong line, 84.8 per cent, which is now the fourth most punctual service of Victoria’s 11 country lines.
The figure is a 1.5 per cent improvement on punctuality compared to January — the worst monthly result on the Geelong line since February 2016 — but 3.8 per cent less than the 12-month average.
Fewer of Geelong’s scheduled services were cancelled in February, which resulted in a 96.1 per cent mark for reliability, up from 95.3 per cent in January.
The figure is shy of both the 12-month average of 97.3 per cent and the 98 per cent benchmark set by PTV, making it the third most unreliable country service in Victoria.
This article first appeared on www.geelongadvertiser.com.au
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