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Melbourne metro trains


I have seen people skateboard, scooter and even ride on unicycles on their way to work. How do you get to work each day? Do you walk, ride a bike, drive or catch public transport? Does it change depending on the time of year or time of day?

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Car, but if I could get public transport I would
One of these.I Love it, to death.Would be totally lost without it.

I hate trains, and buses are not really easy for me.....walking, Ha! I never would get there!
Car. Most convenient.
by Vee
My work is my car...so I guess I use the car! LOL
Traffic drives me nuts. Has to be the train.
I drop my daughters off at school on they way to work. We catch a bus, then walk the rest of the way to school, and then I walk back to my office.
I walk from my bedroom to my office at home in Perth, or fly ~1,500kms to the Pilbara (North Western Australia). I guess you could call that public transport??
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