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  • Australians are looking for new ways to commute
  • Australians are looking for new ways to commute
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Australians are looking for new ways to commute

Commuting is a hassle; being stuck in a crowded carriage with a stranger's backpack in your face isn’t the ideal way to start your day. Now, as Aussies grow increasingly frustrated by their journey to work, they’re starting to look for alternative ways to travel during rush hour.

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