The Junction

The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

Swinburne University, Branford Gruar

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






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.

 

 

 

About the Writer
Swinburne University, Melbourne, Victoria

Swinburne offers a three year major in Journalism or a four year major as part of the BA or Professional degree, as well as a graduate diploma and MA...

Navigate Left
  • The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

    Multimedia

    Early Voting

  • The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

    Multimedia

    Regional voters welcome rail upgrade promises

  • The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

    Multimedia

    Greens want 300 new trams for Melbourne

  • The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

    Multimedia

    Greens call for LGBTQI protections

  • The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

    Multimedia

    Level crossing removal still divides Carrum

  • The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

    ACT

    The extinction crisis threatening Australian animals

  • The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

    ACT

    The rise of plastic positivity

  • The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

    Multimedia

    Parties remain divided on South Yarra station

  • The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

    Elsewhere

    Living in limbo – Jordan’s forgotten refugees

  • The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives

    ACT

    Put up your dukes: he’s an MMA man now

Navigate Right
University student journalism from Australia and the Pacific
The Metro tunnel: commuters’ perspectives