Sydney Morning Herald | Monday 19 August 2019
When he can, Tony Iltis walks to appointments with job-search providers or Centrelink, instead of catching the train or bus. The ticket price is high for someone living on $40 a day on an unemployment benefit.
"Fares are really expensive when you're on a very low income," said Mr Iltis, 52, who lives near Parramatta. "You have to choose between a train fare and getting something to eat."