Daniel Andrews fails metro rail punctuality target again

The July metro system performance data shows Labor has failed its own punctuality target again in July – the seventh consecutive month of punctuality failure under Daniel Andrews.

Eight out the 16 metro lines failed to meet the target in July.

PUNCTUALITY FAIL LINES in July were Belgrave, Craigieburn, Cranbourne, Frankston, Lilydale, Pakenham, Sunbury and Werribee.

Source PTV – July 2019 Monthly Performance Data

In July, daily performance data shows Labor only met their performance targets on 17 out of 23 weekdays.

Comments attributable to Shadow Minister for Public Transport (Metropolitan), David Davis:

“Daniel Andrews and Labor have shown month after month they can’t run a reliable and punctual metropolitan rail service.”

“Labor can’t run the punctual service that commuters need. It’s hopeless.”

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