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Transurban March Quarter Average Daily Traffic Up 2.3%

Transurban (TCL.AX) reported that Average Daily Traffic for the March quarter 2019 increased by 2.3%, with growth achieved across all markets.

For the quarter, Sydney Average Daily Traffic increased by 2.1% to 813,000 trips. Average workday traffic increased by 2.5% and average weekend/public holiday traffic increased by 0.9%.

For the quarter, Melbourne Average Daily Traffic increased by 3.1% to 856,000 transactions. Average workday traffic increased by 2.1% and average weekend/public holiday traffic increased by 5.8%.

For the quarter, Brisbane Average Daily Traffic increased by 1.1% to 400,000 trips, despite the impact from construction disruption. For Brisbane, average workday traffic increased by 0.9% and average weekend/public holiday traffic increased by 1.8% for the quarter.

For the quarter, North America Average Daily Traffic increased by 2.9% to 136,000 trips.

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