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The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

Swinburne University, Branford Gruar

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With construction of the Melbourne Metro Tunnel commencing this year, Melbourne’s train system is set for network-wide changes. The State Government says it will benefit Melbourne passengers but South Yarra commuters say they’ll be missing out.

Branford Gruar investigates.

 

 

 

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Swinburne University, Melbourne, Victoria

Swinburne has a three year major in Journalism or a four year major in the BA or Professional degree, as well as a graduate diploma and MA (Media...

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