Sunny Moody

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Maybe as well as just say­ing sorry they could work out a way of mak­ing charges in sta­tions lower

“It’s not hard to put on an ex­tra car­riage now and then to help.

“I have gone to the sta­tion be­fore and the train has been on time then can­celled at the very last minute.

“The has­sle of get­ting a re­fund is of­ten not worth it.”

Sunny Moody (29) is a videog­ra­pher who trav­els through Perth and around the coun­try fre­quently on trains for work and says in­stead of ex­tra com­pen­sa­tion they should give trav­ellers more flex­i­bil­ity.

He said: “I think that you can book far in ad­vance which is cheaper but then they change the ser­vice, or you buy a ticket on the day and get the right train but it’s a for­tune.

“I think the in­fra­struc­ture needs to change but I’m not sure if it will.

“They could make a bit more for your ev­ery­day per­son who’s try­ing to get around.

“But maybe as well as just say­ing sorry they could work out a way of mak­ing charges in sta­tions lower.

“I think peo­ple would un­der­stand if the tick­ets went down on the day and find it a bit more rea­son­able.

“The Me­gabus seems more re­li­able at the mo­ment by com­par­i­son. They just re­fund you straight away.

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