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Something for your Pod

I don’t have a post for you this morning, so here’s something I prepared earlier.

This morning I had a chat to the people at 3CR about PT issues, and it reminded me of this recording from Joy FM back in April. I think they’d been intending to post the podcast themselves, but haven’t… so I’ll do it myself.

There’s a couple of spots where it seems to skip very slightly (though nothing that really causes an issue listening) — sorry about that, it was recorded off a slightly dodgy stream. When recording it I rabbited on and on… they’ve chopped it down to just over 8 minutes.

By the way, to clarify on the anecdote of Frank Casey, he wasn’t a disruptive passenger — he got cranky because the train he was on was said to be out of service and terminated, then once all the passengers had alighted, it left and continued on its journey, empty.

Hope it’s not too boring — happy listening!

By Daniel Bowen

Transport blogger / campaigner and spokesperson for the Public Transport Users Association / professional geek.
Bunurong land, Melbourne, Australia.
Opinions on this blog are all mine.

3 replies on “Something for your Pod”

Sorry, just being pedantic but it’s just JOY (JOY FM is/was a Christian radio station in USA) please and thank you ;)
Heard you on 774 the other day, very succinct!

Good interview! You come across as quite coherent and focused. Now, to get people motivated to actually *DO* something about the problem. That is the $10,000 question. I’d say it’d be cases of personal inconvenience that are the tipping point. Like the initial fellow who was annoyed.

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