Labor’s truly hopeless August rail fail

Of the 22 working week days in August, Melbourne’s metropolitan train system managed to meet Daniel Andrews’ own performance targets on just 2 days.

August’s daily metropolitan train performance figures confirm once again that Melbourne commuters still can’t rely on our train network to get them to where they need to go – when they need to get there – during the working week, when it matters to them most.

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

“On Melbourne’s train network in August, Daniel Andrews failed to meet his own punctuality target 20 out a possible 22 working days.”

“Melbourne’s commuters expect, and deserve, better than Daniel Andrews running a train network that fails to meet his own daily performance target 91% of the time.”

“Rather than improving services, punctuality and reliability on the metropolitan train system, reliability has dived under Labor.”

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