More options needed for selling Bullet tickets

More options needed for selling Bullet tickets

The Bathurst Bullet train service has been so popular since its inception that its ticketing system has been completely overwhelmed.

Currently, commuters can only buy a ticket from a single machine, which often means they have to line up for long periods in the cold.

However, local MP Paul Toole says a cost-effective solution will be the introduction of ticket sales to be introduced at the Bathurst Post Office.

Bathurst Rail Action Group Chairman John Hollis agrees this is the first step toward an improved ticketing service.

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