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Australia Sydney train commuters get new seat info

06:45  16 may  2018
06:45  16 may  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Frustrated train travellers across Sydney , already fed up with packed carriages, have been given access to data that shows if theyll get a seat on their Sydney commuters who suffered 'major inconveniences' during train chaos to be awarded compensation | Daily Mail Online.

Commuters may struggle to get to and from work as staffing issues continue to plague Sydney trains , the union warns. The opening of the new Hornsby junction and the cancellation of several trains due to 'staff availability' could cause disruptions on the rail network

Commuters wait for a train at Strathfield station. © AAP Image/David Moir Commuters wait for a train at Strathfield station. Frustrated train travellers across Sydney, already fed up with packed carriages, have been given access to data that shows if they'll get a seat on their daily commute.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Transport and Infrastructure Minister Andrew Constance announced Sydney Trains customers will now be able to choose their carriage based on real-time train occupancy data.

"Since 2016, customers have had access to bus occupancy data to help choose the right service for them. Now train customers can see how full their train is before it arrives," Ms Berejiklian said in a statement on Wednesday.

The data will be available for more than 600,000 customer trips on Waratah trains every day.

Is chivalry dead? Putting commuters to the test .
Complaints that manners have been eroded on public transport have been put to the test in a hidden-camera investigation by A Current Affair. Reporter Ali Piotrowski, at 32 weeks pregnant, tested the manners of peak hour commuters on Sydney trains, while 80-year-old Carole rode the evening rush hour.Ali started her day boarding a city-bound train at 7.30am. © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Criticisms have been levelled at the modern commuter. Despite being noticed by at least one commuter, nobody stood - a situation repeated at Wynyard station.

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