6 October, 2015

The 2015 Fare Benchmark Report prepared by NineSquared received coverage across a number of media outlets after it was released at the end of September. The report provides a comparison of the cost of public transport fares in 24 cities across the world using the minimum wage in each city to determine the number of minutes a person would have to work to afford a return ticket. The report was covered initially by the Sydney Morning Herald and then across the Fairfax on-line media as well as Brisbane’s Courier Mail on-line and ABC and 4BC radio in Brisbane.

For more information on the report findings or to discuss fares and pricing, contact NineSquared Director, Robin Barlow.

You can find a copy of report here.

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