Make it illegal to catch the 66 unless you're a UQ student heading to UQ
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This morning I was late to yet another class at the University of Queensland. This was in no small part the result of overcrowding on public transport intended for UQ - the worst of which being bus 66. According to translink journey planner, the trip from King George Square to UQ Lakes Station should take exactly 13 minutes. In reality, it is double that. Why? Because the real UQ students, who just want to make it in time for their lectures, tutorials and exams, are squashed in like sardines by people who have absolutely no intention of heading to UQ or anywhere close. Among the worst offenders are QUT and Griffith students using OUR bus to move between their 'universities,' but even so, they do not compare to commuters who simply could not be bothered to take the extra 5 minutes out of their day and walk across Victoria Bridge, but get on at King George just to get off at Cultural Centre. There are few conceivable crimes that are as sickening or perverse as this, and it is time these criminals are punished accordingly.
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