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M&gt&semicolanTrain takes time out for tea

<p>M>Train is making its managers socialise with the public in a bid to understand what passengers really want.</p> <p>Customers will be able to take morning tea with managers on station platforms around Melbourne during July and August.</p> <p>M>Train general manager Michael Bailey said the idea has been tested at some stations and been welcomed by commuters as an opportunity to provide feedback.</p> <p>The morning tea sessions will take place in the morning peak period between 6.30 and 8.30.</p> <br />