Transport survey finds Victorians 'unhappy' with the Government

A new survey has found commuters believe the Baillieu Government has failed to make any improvements to Melbourne's public transport network.

More than 1,000 people were surveyed by the Metropolitan Transport Forum which represents 22 Melbourne municipalities on transport issues.

Most respondents believe that public transport has not improved.

Across the board, the most common response was that there was no change to overcrowding, frequency, amenity or overall services.

The survey found that while there were respondents that did report improvements, they were significantly outnumbered by those saying the service was somewhat worse or much worse.

The forum's chairman Tom Melican says more than 80 percent of participants said the Government had failed to improve public transport services.

"People were expecting a fair bit from this Government," he said "I think they [the Government] were elected on a promise of improving public transport," he said.

"I think the biggest issue is the lack of public transport that's been developed in the outer suburbs.

"People were expecting to see some improvements, and I think the big ticket items just haven't been delivered, the airport rail, the Doncaster rail and the Rowville rail."

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