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Golden Ticket

Commuters can win free travel for a year as part of a Palaszczuk Government initiative to encourage more workers to return to South-East Queensland’s city centres.

Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey said a Golden Go Card would be given to a lucky traveller who had used public transport on a Friday across the month of June.

“The randomly selected draw at the end of the working week is open for all registered Go Card users,” Mr Bailey said.

“The Gold Card promotion is just part of a wider push to get more workers back into the CBD and supporting small businesses in SEQ city centres at the tail end of the week.

“Thanks to Queensland’s strong response to the pandemic, patronage on public transport is sitting at around 70% of pre-COVID levels, much better than New South Wales and Victoria.

“We’re continuing to deliver Queensland’s plan for economic recovery and offices and workplaces are filling up again.

“Now, four lucky commuters will get a golden opportunity to enjoy free trips on trams, trains, buses and ferries for a whole year.

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