“At a time when many Queenslanders are doing it tough, we don’t want to see them paying anymore to catch the train bus or ferry,” Mr Turner said.
“Public transport patronage is still low following the COVID-19 crisis, while our traffic volumes are almost back to pre-pandemic levels, proving people are more willing to drive than catch public transport.
“We already have enough hurdles to get people back on public transport including service reliability and access to seats, but it’s important we work to encourage more people to get out of their cars and prevent making congestion worse.
“Keeping fare prices stable and building trust in public transport reliability and performance is critical to encouraging people to return to catching the train, bus and ferry.”
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