A Crappy Commute For Those In The North, West & South-East

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A Crappy Commute For Those In The North, West & South-East

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If you live in the north, west or south-east, chances are you may hate your morning commute when asked to rate it.

Depending on which side of the tracks you are on, you either don't mind the train trip across Melbourne, or you dread it - according to some leaked Metro data.

Those travelling on trains around Melbourne's south-east, so think Pakenham and Cranbourne, are the least satisfied with the service.

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Those living in the east are the happiest when they hop on-board - that's thanks to punctuality. 

Population growth is strongest around the city's west, north and south-east so train passengers rate their daily commute a little less kindly because they often run late.

The lines, which share the Dandenong corridor have the worst punctuality performance in Melbourne, because of level crossing removal work.

Belgrave, Lilydale, Glen Waverley and Alamein lines have superior punctuality and therefore satisfaction is much higher.

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