I am outraged that our so-called public transport companies are applying to have fares increased further, citing increased costs, when together they can actually declare a $215mil profit for last year.
How does this make sense? Then why call them public transport companies if the aim is to maximize profitability instead of public-spirited affordability?
They should be called publicly listed transport companies instead.
Where is the logic?
I hereby declare that I'm going to accumulate shares in these so-called public transport companies until my dividends can pay for all my so-called public transport costs.
Wonder if that's a wise move?