Can refitting stations stop trespassing incidents?

“They do need to look at whether the infrastructure is up to scratch,” Bowen told ABC radio on Thursday. “In some of the suburban areas, there is no fencing around rail lines. There are long gaps where people can get onto the tracks.”


On average, there are more than seven instances of trespassing on Melbourne train tracks each day, Metro reports, and 2591 people trespassed on the city’s network in the 12 months to July.

There are approximately 9250 CCTV cameras across the…

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