New South Welsh resigned to bad transport

NSW residents are not confident transport in their local area will improve in the 12 months following this week’s state election, the latest quarterly national transport survey from the University of Sydney indicates.

The Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies-Interfleet Transport Opinion Survey (TOPS) shows more than three quarters of NSW residents think transport in their local area will be the same or worse in a year, says Institute Director Professor David Hensher. This has remained fairly constant since the first survey was published last March.

More than half of NSW residents think public transport is the highest priority transport issue in Australia.

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