Transport costs have risen by an average of 20% per year since 2005.
This has resulted in the transport industry taking in almost $1.2 trillion over the past 20 years.
However, that’s only the start of the story.
A recent survey found that nearly half of the Australian public is against increased fares.
In some cases, they even oppose the increases.
This infographic will walk you through some of the reasons behind these concerns.
The infographic will help you understand why Australians oppose increased fares and why they may be voting against their own interests.1.
Reduced road trips to the airport, train stations and major sporting events The most common argument for increased fares is that increased travel time to and from sporting events and other major events will mean reduced capacity to deal with crowding.
In reality, the majority of passengers will simply fly elsewhere to attend the event.
The main problem with this argument is that there are many reasons why this can’t be true.
First, when it comes to major sporting and entertainment events, there are often more seats available on the trains, the buses and even the buses that run on the main highway.
The same can be said for major shopping and entertainment centres.
When you have so many more people on a bus, there’s usually no need to take a longer route.
In other words, the more people there are on the bus, the less likely they are to crowd.
Also, there is often more space on trains and trains on the road.
This means more people are travelling between train stations, often in larger groups.
In the event of an emergency, there will be more people in a group travelling to the station.
In fact, a large majority of Australians prefer to have a shorter train journey than a longer one, as they don’t feel they have to travel all the way to the venue.
There are also many more trains running on the national rail network.
This results in a greater capacity to handle crowds, especially during peak times.2.
Reduced public transport options for Australians due to the increase in passengers in cities and the introduction of the high-speed rail network The government has introduced a high-capacity rail network in many parts of Australia, but it is not a replacement for local public transport.
A large number of people do not have access to public transport, and this means that many people are forced to travel on foot or by bicycle to reach their destination.
This can have an effect on how people travel and what activities they can undertake.
For example, there have been reports of people travelling to a local music festival, to the opera house, or even to a shopping mall without the ability to use public transport for a short period of time.
These conditions will be exacerbated if more people have to use the high speed rail network due to congestion, or when the road network is built.3.
Increased reliance on taxis, private hire vehicles and ride-hailing services This is not the case for most Australians, although a significant number use ride-sharing services such as Uber or Lyft.
These services have become popular due to increased availability of people willing to pay a small amount of money to use them.
However these services also have an increased risk of being exploited.
This is because they are not regulated, there has not been an increase in government oversight and there are no laws or regulations on the use of these services.
For many people, this is the main reason they have turned to ride-share services in the first place.4.
Increased levels of pollution and other emissions If you are planning to travel to a destination outside your local area, you may be faced with increased air pollution levels, such as smog.
These levels are generally associated with a number of pollutants, including sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide and fine particulate matter.
As a result, many Australians feel that it is more important to travel by car rather than by public transport to reach a destination.
The reality is that public transport is a very efficient form of transport, but that doesn’t mean people can ignore the need to use it.5.
Increased numbers of car-free days If you want to travel in the middle of the night or when temperatures are too cold, you will need to buy a car.
In many areas of Australia there are fewer cars, and car-sharing and ride sharing services have taken off.
While this may be good news, many people still choose to drive to get around their local area or the big city.
This could have a significant impact on air quality, especially if people don’t have the means to take their vehicle to the destination.6.
Increased number of accidents The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates that over 90,000 people are killed in Australia every year on road crashes.
It is the number one cause of death in Australia, with around 9,000 Australians dying on the roads every year.
The reason is that the number of road deaths has increased dramatically in the last 15 years, and more people than ever are being killed on the country’s