Only the ferry service bucked the trend, with rides between South Perth and Elizabeth Quay up by 25 per cent.While some of the decline can be blamed on the state's economic woes, with fewer workers in the city, an ABC Radio Perth Facebook discussion also revealed an intense dislike of buses and trains.Three years on, it seems the anger has not abated and some travellers have decided it is not worth it. More people using public transport makes everyone's journey better."Paid parking at the train station tipped it over the edge for many people. Don't slug the people doing the right thing." — Andrew Perth's train network is based around taking people in and out of the city centre, with buses offering connections between suburbs.It used to cost me a week to get to work when I was working full-time, and it was only costing my friend more to fill up her tank in her car." — Jazmin"It's expensive.Over a day just to travel one zone, plus it takes an hour to get somewhere 20 minutes away because I'd have to take two buses and a train — I live in Subiaco, not the sticks." — Marty In 2014, the Barnett government introduced a fee to park at train stations on weekdays, outraging commuters who until then had been able to drive to the station and leave their car all day free of charge.
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